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James Stephens

James Stephens

Funeral Director

James grew up in Green Bay. He graduated from Utah State University in 2014 with a BA in Spanish. He graduated from Arapahoe Community College in 2016 with a degree in Mortuary Science.

James started his career as a Funeral Director in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is excited to be back in his home town. He found his calling in life as a Funeral Director and takes great pleasure in serving families and ensuring that their experience with Lyndahl is exactly what they envision for their loved ones.

He and his wife, Alexis, have two little boys, Weston and Jack. James loves spending time with his family. He is passionate about the Green Bay Packers, golf and traveling. He and his family are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Email: jstephens@lyndahl.com


Rachel Dinehart

Rachel Dinehart

Funeral Director

Rachel Dinehart, a native of Alabama, is a 2014 graduate of Southern Illinois University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Mortuary Science and Funeral Service.  While attending school, she served as Vice President of Sigma Phi Sigma; was the recipient of the 2011 MSFS New Student Scholarship, the 2012 Don Hertz Mortuary Science Scholarship, and the 2013 Wilbert Vault Scholarship; and was selected as the 2013 Mortuary Science Embalming Colloquium Winner.  She specializes in advanced restorative and cosmetic procedures.

Rachel’s journey in funeral service began in 2011.  In the time since then, she has had the chance to serve families in Illinois, Alabama, and Montana before relocating to serve the Green Bay area.  These travels have afforded her the unique opportunity of gaining insightful knowledge regarding the funeral practices of many diverse cultures, religions, ethnicities, and traditions.  These experiences, as well as new ones, enable her to better serve each and every family she meets.

Rachel currently resides in De Pere with her adoring husband, Grant, and their six amazing children, Zoie, Grant Jr., Della, Edgar, Lilly, and Wrigley.


Email: rdinehart@lyndahl.com


Luke Semrau

Luke Semrau

Apprentice Funeral Director

Luke Semrau joined the team at Lyndahl Funeral Home in May of 2018.  He was raised in De Pere and graduated from Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.  Luke is a full-time firefighter and paramedic in the Green Bay area.  He and his wife, Nichole, have five children and reside outside of Pulaski on a hobby farm.  Luke and his family attend Green Bay Community Church.  In his spare time, Luke enjoys playing bagpipes, ice fishing, and curling.

He is an executive board member on the Professional Firefighters of Wisconsin Honor Guard and a drill captain for the Wisconsin State Firefighter Memorial Funeral Guard.

Email: lsemrau@lyndahl.com


Lynette Schiefer

Lynette Schiefer

Advance Planning Consultant

Lynette is a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA) and currently manages Lyndahl Funeral Home’s Advance Funeral Planning Department. Prior to joining Lyndahl Funeral Home, Lynette was a bank manager and financial advisor.

She is a graduate of Concordia University Wisconsin. She lives in the Howard/Suamico area with her husband, Captain Joe McGinnis. They have three children and six grandchildren.

Lynette attends St. John the Baptist Church in Howard.  She is a member of Society of Senior Advisors (CSA), American Association for Long Term Care Insurance, and Corporation for Long Term Care Certification (CLTC).


Email: lschiefer@lyndahl.com


The Founders of the Legacy of Caring


Dale Lyndahl

Dale Lyndahl

A second-generation funeral director, Dale purchased Lyndahl Funeral Home in 1971 from his father, Cliff. Dale started working with his father in the family business in 1959 and became a licensed funeral director in 1961. In 1980, Dale relocated Lyndahl from Broadway to 1350 Lombardi Avenue.

Dale, a Green Bay native, is a 1961 graduate of the Wisconsin Institute of Mortuary Science in Milwaukee. He served his pre-licensure apprenticeship at Lyndahl Funeral Home with his father, Cliff.

Dale and his wife, Kay, reside in Sturgeon Bay and Sun City Center, Florida. They have four daughters: Keri (John) Kasel, Kris (John) Jager, Kalen (Kelly) Crane, and Karen (Kent) VandenBosch. They also have eight grandchildren.

Dale is a member of Calvary Lutheran Church, Green Bay. He served on the board of directors at Bay Area Lutheran Home for 13 years and was president for eight of those years. He is also a member of Theodore Roosevelt Lodge #322 Free and Accepted Masons, where he was past master in 1968; Low-12 Club; Scottish Rite Bodies-Valley of Green Bay; Charter Member of Beja Temple, AAONMS and Super Cycle Unit; Door County Shrine Club; Sigma Omega Beta (Sons of Bosses); former member of Green Bay Downtown Rotary Club and current member of the Rotary Club of Sturgeon Bay. He was also a member and past president of the former South Side Civic Association.



Christopher Daley

Christopher Daley

Chris became a partner in Lyndahl Funeral Home and Cremation Services in 2004. Before joining Lyndahl Funeral Home and Cremation Services Chris was a licensed funeral director in Green Bay for more than 12 years. 
Chris is 1992 graduate of Milwaukee Area Technical College of Mortuary Science. He served his pre-licensure apprenticeship at Becker Ritter Funeral Home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  
Chris was a member of Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church and a member of the Knights of Columbus Council #4439.

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