Funeral Homes in Chugiak, AK
Nearby Funeral Homes for Chugiak
Anchorage, AK 99515
Anchorage, AK 99508
Anchorage, AK 99517
Anchorage, AK 99515
Anchorage, AK 99599
Anchorage, AK 99511
Anchorage, AK 99501
Eagle River, AK 99577
Palmer, AK 99645
Facts about the city
- Some of the notable people born here have been: Kate Earl (singer).
Chugiak /ˈtʃuːɡiːæk/ is an unincorporated community in the Municipality of Anchorage in the U.S. state of Alaska, situated approximately 20 miles (32 km) northeast of downtown Anchorage.
It was revealed on September 27th, 2014 that Beverly Ann Cline passed on in Chugiak, Alaska. Cline was 65 years old and was born in Providence, RI. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Beverly Ann's life.
It was reported on December 9th, 2012 that Kathie Maloney (Volk) passed away in Chugiak, Alaska. Ms. Maloney was 63 years old and was born in Cincinnati, OH. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Kathie's life.
It was reported on June 16th, 2012 that James Alan "Jim" Smith died in Chugiak, Alaska. Smith was 58 years old and was born in Lindsay, CA. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor James Alan "Jim"'s life.
It was written on January 24th, 2012 that Stephen Myron Watson passed on in Chugiak, Alaska. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Stephen Myron's life.
It was reported on March 4th, 2003 that Jo S Jr Drechsler perished in Chugiak, Alaska. Drechsler was 61 years old and was born in Davenport, IA. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Jo S Jr's life.
The urban cluster of Anchorage Northeast (including Chugiak and surroundings) has an estimated population of 26,000 (2005), covering an area of 39 km². It is located between Eagle River, Alaska River to the south, and Eklutna, Alaska to the north, and between Knik Arm to the west and the Chugach Mountains to the east.
Component communities of Chugiak include Birchwood and Peters Creek.
The name "Chugiak" comes from a Dena'ina language word meaning "place of many places". Chugiak was first heavily settled in the 1950s, primarily by homesteading former military personnel who had served in Alaska during World War II.
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