Our Involvement

Lyndahl Funeral Home and Cremation Service also supports the following organizations:

Keshena Animal Help & Rescue

Staff of Lyndahl Funeral Home is proud to be a small part of a great and ongoing volunteer effort rescuing, vaccinating and treating dogs on the Menominee Indian Reservation in Keshena, seven miles north of Shawano, WI. Any donations for these dogs are greatly appreciated, and all contributions are used for vaccinations, heartworm treatment and supplies for Spay/Neuter clinics. (No donation money is ever spent on wages, volunteer expenses, such as gas, etc., or the vet or vet techs care at our clinics and vaccination caravans.) For information on how to help, please contact Bette Anderson (920) 336-0108, Lisa Wilson (715) 853-9227, or Chris Daley at the funeral home (920) 499-1223.

Annual Tree Planting

In partnership with Brown County Parks Department, Lyndahl Funeral Home and Cremation Services formed Living Legacy, a program designed to help restore the landscape and environment of Brown County with the lasting beauty of living trees. As of our planting ceremony in June, 2008, nearly 3,000 trees have been planted since 1994 at locations such as Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve, Fonferek-Glen Conservancy and St. Francis Park, along the Fox River Trail in Allouez.


9/11 Memorial Service & Tribute

Lyndahl Funeral Home and Cremation Services was a proud sponsor of the Green Bay 9/11 Five Year Observance Memorial Service and Tribute on Sunday, September 10, 2006 at the Twin Towers monument in front of the Neville Museum. The event began with a patriotic concert by the Allouez Village Band and featured speakers included Wisconsin Governor James Doyle, Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt, and Commander Calvin Slocumb of the USS Green Bay. In attendance were many family members who lost loved ones from Wisconsin on September 11, 2001.


Ashwaubenon Historical Society

As Ashwaubenon’s leading choice in funeral homes, Lyndahl Funeral Home & Cremation Services was honored for the opportunity to donate the bronze flagpole to the Ashwaubenon Historical Society in celebration of its new home at 737 Cormier Road.


National World War II Memorial Fundraiser

Lyndahl Funeral Home and Cremation Services was a leading funeral home in the fundraising efforts for the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. The memorial had its $180 million cost funded almost entirely by private contributions. On Saturday, November 11, 2000, the six-month fundraiser concluded with a band concert provided by the Allouez Village Band, a ceremony and a release of 500 balloons, representing the 500 contributions that were made through the fundraising efforts of Lyndahl Funeral Home and Cremation Services.


New Eyes for the Needy, Inc.

New Eyes for the Needy, Inc., is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing better vision for the poor. Lyndahl assists the local Lions Club in collecting used eyeglasses, reading glasses, and sunglasses. New Eyes for the Needy recycles the eyeglasses and distributes them around the world.