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

Probst Family Funerals & Cremations

Probst Family Funerals & Cremations is locally owned and operated by Clinton and Calli Probst.  For years we dreamed of opening a funeral home in Heber Valley to provide a choice for families in Wasatch and Summit County.  In the fall of 2013 we began construction on the funeral home and finished late December.  The funeral home is equipped with modern furniture and decor. Our building provides a meeting room, chapel and viewing room, and a large selection room to display caskets, vaults, registration books, acknowledgment cards, headstones and memorial items.  The vision of Probst Family Funerals & Cremations is to offer beautiful facilities and professional care at affordable prices and help guide you through every step of the way with your funeral or cremation needs.

Heber Valley Funeral Home

Heber Valley Funeral Home

The caring and experienced professionals at Heber Valley Funeral Home are here to support you through this difficult time.  We offer a range of personalized services to suit your family’s wishes and requirements.  You can count on us to help you plan a personal, lasting tribute to your loved one.  And we’ll carefully guide you through the many decisions that must be made during this challenging time.

Our story began years ago.  Guy and Shirley Olpin served the communities of Wasatch and Summit County for many years.  It was then that Clint Probst, after watching the way the Olpin Family cared for his great-grandparents, felt like it would be an honor to help in this tradition.  In 2004 Clint and Calli Probst left the Heber Valley to attend Mesa Community College's Mortuary Science Program.  After completing his education Clint had the opportunity to manage two funeral homes in Mesa, Arizona.  In 2013 our family decided to move home and open up Probst Family Funerals & Cremations.  Since opening our funeral home the communities in the surrounding area have been so kind.  They have provided us with the opportunity to care for their loved ones. 

Our family has been given another opportunity to provide a greater level of service with our new location in the Olpin-Hoopes Funeral Home in Heber City.  We are excited to have two convenient locations to better serve Wasatch and Summit County. 

Our Valued Staff

  • Clinton Probst

    Clinton Probst, Funeral Director and Owner

    Clinton earned his associates degree in Mortuary Science from Mesa Community College, an associates degree in Health Administration from University of Phoenix and a bachelors degree in Psychology from Grand Canyon University. Clint graduated the Mortuary Science program with national honors. Clint has been managing and working for funeral homes for the last 7 years. He had the opportunity to manage both Allen Funeral Home and Bunker Family Funerals in Mesa, Arizona. Clint was raised in Heber Valley since he was 5 years old and graduated from Wasatch High School where he played on the both the Golf and Baseball teams. Clint is the son of Joe and Marsha Probst and the grandson of Wayne and Audrey Probst. Clint enjoys spending time with his girls, playing golf, fishing, and hiking.

  • Calli Probst MSW

    Calli Probst MSW, Social Worker and Owner

    Calli earned her master’s degree in Social Work from Arizona State University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Grand Canyon University. Calli has worked in the behavioral health field for over ten years where she has helped children, adults and families dealing with addiction, mental health issues, family relations, trauma, bereavement and other related issues. Calli moved to Heber City when she was 15 years old and graduated from Wasatch High School where she met Clint. Clinton and Calli have been married for Nine Years. Before moving back to Utah to open the funeral home, Calli worked as a therapist at The Anasazi Foundation. Calli also had the opportunity to travel with Steve Young’s Forever Young Foundation to Ghana, Africa where she designed and ran therapy groups helping children dealing with grief and loss from the death of family members. Clint and Calli are now the happy parents of two beautiful daughters from Ghana. Calli enjoys traveling, being outdoors, staying physically active and doing crafts with her daughters.

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