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  • Location of Centralia, Washington


    Centralia is also known as: Lewis County / Centralia city.

    Centralia contains: Olympic Club Hotel.

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  • Lyle Overbay (baseball player) was born in Centralia.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Lyle Overbay (baseball player), Brock Peterson (baseball player), Charlie Albright (pianist), Nathan Overbay (american football player), and Bob Coluccio (baseball player).

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  • History

    In pioneer days, Centralia was the halfway stopover point for stagecoaches operating between the Columbia River and Seattle. In 1850, J. G. Cochran came from Missouri with his adopted son, a young African-American free man named George Washington. Cochran filed a donation land claim on the townsite, and later in 1852, sold Washington his claim for $6,000. The new owner built a home and filed a plat for the town of Centerville, offering lots for $10 each, with one lot free to buyers who built houses. In 1891, the population, over 1,000, found its mail confused with that of another Centerville in the state, and the name of the town was changed to Centralia. (Washington - A guide to the Evergreen State, WPA American Guide Series, Washington State Historical Society, 1941). It was officially incorporated as Centralia on February 3, 1886. The city was the site of the infamous Centralia Massacre in 1919. The 1940 population of Centralia was 7,414. On average, there are 136 sunny days per year in Centralia. Due to flooding from the December 2007 Pacific Northwest storms, a...

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All Funeral Homes in Centralia

Greenwood Memorial Park
1905 Johnson Rd Send flowers
Centralia, WA 98531


Mountain View Cemetery
1113 Caveness Dr Send flowers
Centralia, WA 98531


Newell-Hoerling's Mortuary
205 W Pine St Send flowers
Centralia, WA 98531


Sticklin Funeral Chapel
1437 S Gold St Send flowers
Centralia, WA 98531

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