History & Staff

We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.

Our History

Our History

When a family must select a mortuary, they look for one which has an established reputation for dignified, conscientious, efficient, and helpful service. We are extremely proud of the record of the Allen Mortuaries for this kind of service to the people of Cache Valley for over 84 years. 

It was July 1938, that the Hall Mortuary was established by W. Loyal Hall. With good business sense and a lot of hard work, the mortuary was expanded in 1962 with the addition of the present day chapel.

James R. Allen and his family purchased the facility in 1975 and have continued to provide the quality service that the people of Cache Valley deserve.

In 1993, a complete restoration and addition was added to what is now one of the most beautiful mortuary facilities in the Rocky Mountain Area. Again in 2009, the facility has been remodeled and updated into a beautiful peaceful mortuary.

Our Valued Staff

  • Jason & Lisa Allen

    Jason & Lisa Allen, Funeral Director & Owners

    Jason is married to Lisa Bowen Allen, both raised in Logan. Jason is the son of James R. (founder of Allen-Hall Mortuary) and Faye Allen. Lisa is the daughter of David and LaRae Bowen of Jack's Tire and Oil. They have four sons, Jase and Dayna Allen, Drew and Jasmine Allen, Alex Allen, Austin Allen.

    Jason attended Bountiful and Logan High Schools, Utah State University, Dixie State University and graduated from Cypress Mortuary Science College in 1982. He is a member of the Utah Funeral Directors Association, National Funeral Directors Association, Rotary Club of Logan, USU Old Main Society (Go Aggies!) and currently lives in River Heights. Lisa and Jason love Cache Valley and all that it offers. They are proud to be called "Best Mortuary of Northern Utah".

  • Jase Allen

    Jase Allen, Funeral Director, Owner

    Jase grew up in the funeral industry following in the footsteps of his father Jason, uncle Jeff and grandfather Jim. He started mowing lawns and washing hearses here at Allen-Hall when he was in school at Logan High. During college he assisted on viewings and funerals.

    After graduating from Utah State University, he attended the University of Nebraska School of Law and is also an attorney specializing in estate planning. After law school, Jase attended the Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service and completed funeral apprenticeship under his father Jason.

    As a licensed funeral director and embalmer, he has come to appreciate what an honor it is to serve the families of Cache Valley. Jase and his wife Dayna have five children and live in Providence.

  • Drew Allen

    Drew Allen, Preplanning & Marketing

    Drew was born and raised in Logan, Utah, the second oldest son of Jason and Lisa Allen. He is third-generation in the Allen Mortuaries business and first got involved in the family business as a kid.

    Drew graduated from Logan High School in 2004 and from Utah State University in 2010. Drew thoroughly enjoys working closely with families in various aspects of the business; whether it's helping plan a funeral or designing and consulting on headstones.

    Drew is married to Jasmine Orton of Salt Lake City and together they have two beautiful daughters. Drew enjoys golfing, good food, and spending time with family and friends.

  • Jeff Allen

    Jeff Allen, Funeral Director

    Jeff was born in Logan, Utah the oldest son of James R. and Faye Allen. Has worked in funeral service profession for over 40 years. Recently retired CEO and owner of Allen-Hall Mortuary.

    Jeff attended Bountiful High School, Snow College and graduated from Utah State University. Graduated from the San Francisco College of Mortuary Science in California. Served his funeral apprenticeship under his father James R. Allen.

    Actively involved in his church and community having served as President of the Logan Lions Club. Former member of the Utah Funeral Directors Association and the National Funeral Directors Association.

    Married to Lynda Christensen. Parents of six children: Justin, Mindy, Brett, Brady, Chelsea, Whitney.

    Very proud to be associated with the Legacy of Allen-Hall Mortuary its employees and founders.

  • Scott F. Haueter

    Scott F. Haueter, Funeral Director

    Scott was born and raised in Smithfield, Utah where he attended schooling and graduated from Sky View High School in 1996. He then attended Utah State University where he earned his Bachelors degree in Marketing in 2003. Shortly after, he was hired to work at Allen-Hall Mortuary as a full time employee. He attended and graduated from Arapahoe Community College in Denver, Colorado with a Mortuary Science degree in 2005. He loves his profession and enjoys helping those that deal with the loss of their loved ones.

    His parents are Kent and Kay Haueter--long time residents of Smithfield, Utah. Scott married Aleisha Rae Bowen and together they have 4 children. Scott enjoys soccer, hunting, and many outdoor activities. He has a keen sense of humor and finds joy in life.

  • Dan Ernstrom

    Dan Ernstrom, Funeral Director

    When Dan was 12 years old he visited Allen–Hall Mortuary. He remembers the quiet peaceful feeling he felt and wondered if he would ever be able to work as a director at Allen-Hall. Dan started in the funeral business in fall of 2003 where he did an apprenticeship in Evanston, WY followed by school in Oregon where he received an associate degree in Mortuary Science. He and his family spent 14 years in St. George at a local funeral home then his dream became a reality when he joined the Allen-Hall family in 2020.

    Dan grew up in Cache Valley and attended Mountain Crest High School. Not having any athletic ability, he joined the German club which took him around Europe for a summer. After studying German for 3 years in high school, he served an Ecclesiastical mission in Omaha, Nebraska.

    Dan married his high school sweetheart Amy Smart from Millville, Utah and together they have 3 boys: Anthon, Noah and Camden.

    Dan has a tender place in his heart for all the service men and women who have served this country. He shares the name Reed after his father’s uncle who was a tail gunner in WWII, shot down and killed over St. Loe, France.

    Dan enjoys oldies music, being with his family, traveling, world flags, baseball, and hopes to one day visit all the MLB ballparks. He’s currently at 19.

  • M. Jake Nyman

    M. Jake Nyman, Apprentice Funeral Director

    Born and raised in Cache Valley, Jake graduated from Logan High School in 2016 and a few short months later started working for Allen-Hall. From a young age Jake always knew he wanted to work in the funeral industry and help serve people in their time of need. Jake wants to make it his personal goal that every family he helps feels comfort and at peace when working with them. Jake recently married his wife Rylee (Goodman) Nyman and is currently pursing a degree in mortuary science and looks forward to continuing to serve his friends and family of Cache Valley for years to come!

  • Brooke Wiberg

    Brooke Wiberg, Office Manager

    Brooke moved to Cache Valley in 2016 where she met and married her sweetheart Joshua Wiberg of Hyrum. Together they have 6 kids and reside in North Logan. Brooke has worked in the health care industry for many years including the emergency department. She found it very rewarding in helping those in need during difficult and uncertain times. Brooke herself lost her father and brother within one year and Allen-Hall was there to help her find closure and peace. That is when she decided to pursue a career with Allen-Hall and couldn’t be happier. Brooke has a deep love for all animals but her passion is horses. She is an avid English rider and has had a long career in equestrian jumping, showing, training and teaching. Brooke looks forward in helping others and is proud to be a part of the Allen-Hall team.

  • Bradford Heugly

    Bradford Heugly, Funeral Director

    Brad is a native to Cache Valley. He graduated from Logan High School and then attended Utah State University and graduated from Arapahoe Community College with a degree in Mortuary Science. Brad has been a part of this company since he started in the funereal industry in 2009. Brad served an LDS mission where he learned to speak Spanish. Brad began working in the funeral industry because of his sincere desire to help those in need. He loves what he does and wouldn’t trade it for anything. Brad and his wife, Emily, reside in North Logan with their 3 kids.

  • Tyler Wilkinson

    Tyler Wilkinson, Funeral Director

    Tyler graduated from Logan High School and Utah State University, and received a Mortuary Science degree at Arapahoe Community College. Tyler began working part time in the funeral industry in 2018. He discovered a passion for supporting those in need, which led him to pursue a career change to funeral service. As a Cache Valley native, Tyler finds fulfillment helping families and loved ones in our community. His passion is spending time with his wife, Krista, and their children.

  • Isaac Heaps

    Isaac Heaps, Assistant Director

    Isaac was born and raised in Sandy, Ut but spent a lot of his time here with his extended family, that cultivated his love for Cache Valley. He graduated from Hillcrest High School in Midvale, Ut and later fulfilled his desire to move to Logan where he graduated from Utah State University. Isaac has always enjoyed working with people and found his calling in the funeral industry. He and his wife Shama have two boys and enjoy time together as a family.