Our staff's commitment to you

At Shimon Funeral Home we are proud third and fourth generation funeral directors serving families in the greater washington county area for more than 25 years.

Our staff is committed to providing support, compassion, information, and direction as needed to all members of our community, their families, and friends who are dealing with loss and grief.

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Steve Shimon Funeral Director

I am a third generation funeral director, beginning with my grandfather. My father followed him in operating a funeral home in Milwaukee for several years. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire, I entered the Milwaukee Area Technical College enrolling in their funeral service program. Upon graduation in 1983, I worked for two funeral homes gaining valuable experience in all areas of funeral service. I have worked as a funeral director in Hartford since 1988.

With much encouragement, we opened the Shimon Funeral Home on February 13, 1998. Since then the people of this community and surrounding areas have opened their arms and hearts to us. We can never express to you our thankfulness for your faith and confidence in our work and us.

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Matt Shimon Funeral Director

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Mike Shimon Funeral Director

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Kacey Meyer Nienstedt Funeral Director

Kaceylee Nienstedt (nee Meyer) formerly of Germantown is a licensed funeral director at Shimon Funeral Home for 6 years. She graduated Milwaukee Pius XI High School in 2004, and went on to study psychology and business administration at UW-Milwaukee. In 2011 she earned her Associates Degree in Mortuary Science and in Liberal Arts from Milwaukee Area Technical College.

She recently became a Hartford resident and is happy to live and serve in the community. Kacey is a member of the Hartford Kettle Moraine Lion’s Club, The Hartford Conservation & Gun Club, and Washington County Young Professional’s. To better serve families she is also a member of the National Funeral Directors Association and a board member of the Wisconsin FDA - Lakeshore District. She takes pride in her detailed work and is passionate about finding new ways to help families remember and celebrate their loved one’s life. In her spare time, she enjoys time with her family including her chocolate lab, Sheldon, as well as being outdoors and on the water, and traveling.

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Noah Nienstedt Funeral Director

Noah grew up in Cottage Grove on the eastside of Madison. He graduated Monona Grove High School and received his Associates Degree in Mortuary Science from MATC – West Allis. He has been a licensed funeral director since 2003. Noah has two boys, Mason and Liam. He loves spending time with them and watching them play soccer and hockey. Noah is thankful for having experience in working for a larger funeral home and the experience of managing several locations. In October of 2016, he and his wife Kacey had the opportunity to move and make Hartford their home at Shimon Funeral Home, where you will see their chocolate lab, Sheldon. Noah is a member of the Hartford Kettle Moraine Lion’s Club and is a member of National Funeral Directors Association and the Wisconsin Funeral Directors Association where he is an active officer of the local district. He is also licensed as a Insurance Agent and Agent for Burial Agreements to allow him to help families pre-plan their wishes and provide a structured financial vehicle for those funds.

Steve Shimon

Funeral Director
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I am a third generation funeral director, beginning with my grandfather. My father followed him in operating a funeral home in Milwaukee for several years. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire, I entered the Milwaukee Area Technical College enrolling in their funeral service program. Upon graduation in 1983, I worked for two funeral homes gaining valuable experience in all areas of funeral service. I have worked as a funeral director in Hartford since 1988.

With much encouragement, we opened the Shimon Funeral Home on February 13, 1998. Since then the people of this community and surrounding areas have opened their arms and hearts to us. We can never express to you our thankfulness for your faith and confidence in our work and us.

Matt Shimon

Funeral Director
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Mike Shimon

Funeral Director
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Kacey Meyer Nienstedt

Funeral Director
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Kaceylee Nienstedt (nee Meyer) formerly of Germantown is a licensed funeral director at Shimon Funeral Home for 6 years. She graduated Milwaukee Pius XI High School in 2004, and went on to study psychology and business administration at UW-Milwaukee. In 2011 she earned her Associates Degree in Mortuary Science and in Liberal Arts from Milwaukee Area Technical College.

She recently became a Hartford resident and is happy to live and serve in the community. Kacey is a member of the Hartford Kettle Moraine Lion’s Club, The Hartford Conservation & Gun Club, and Washington County Young Professional’s. To better serve families she is also a member of the National Funeral Directors Association and a board member of the Wisconsin FDA - Lakeshore District. She takes pride in her detailed work and is passionate about finding new ways to help families remember and celebrate their loved one’s life. In her spare time, she enjoys time with her family including her chocolate lab, Sheldon, as well as being outdoors and on the water, and traveling.

Noah Nienstedt

Funeral Director
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Noah grew up in Cottage Grove on the eastside of Madison. He graduated Monona Grove High School and received his Associates Degree in Mortuary Science from MATC – West Allis. He has been a licensed funeral director since 2003. Noah has two boys, Mason and Liam. He loves spending time with them and watching them play soccer and hockey. Noah is thankful for having experience in working for a larger funeral home and the experience of managing several locations. In October of 2016, he and his wife Kacey had the opportunity to move and make Hartford their home at Shimon Funeral Home, where you will see their chocolate lab, Sheldon. Noah is a member of the Hartford Kettle Moraine Lion’s Club and is a member of National Funeral Directors Association and the Wisconsin Funeral Directors Association where he is an active officer of the local district. He is also licensed as a Insurance Agent and Agent for Burial Agreements to allow him to help families pre-plan their wishes and provide a structured financial vehicle for those funds.