Facilities & Directions

We'll be pleased to welcome your visit to our warm and comfortable offices. Hogan Bremer Moore Colonial Chapels was designed to be unlike any funeral home you've ever seen; it's truly a one-of-a-kind place. We invite you to come in and see for yourself how we're revolutionizing the way you think about funeral service.

126 Third Street Northeast
Mason City, Iowa 50401
Toll free at (866)-282-2372
Funeral and Cemetery Staff available 24/7, 365 days per year.
Gathering Area/Chapel-
When used as a formal chapel, we have seating for 275 in this worshipful space.
Entry to our facility
Living Room- a seating area used for quiet contemplation, private family good-byes or when combined with the adjacent meeting room, small public gatherings.
Meeting Room- a space designed for families to plan services and ceremonies.
Children's room- a dedicated area for children of all ages to use.
The former home of Owen T. Denison, our funeral home was built in 1906. Mr. Denison,  began the Mason City Brick & Tile Company. A founding father of Mason City, he served as mayor, county supervisor, county recorder and a was member of the city council. He owned one of the first cars in Mason City. Mr. Denison died April 7, 1910, at his home, in Mason City.
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