Opened in 1916, Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel has provided caring service to generations of Idaho families. During those years, the funeral home has been owned and operated by four Boise families: the McBratneys, the Aldens, the Waggoners, and the Gordons. Alden-Waggoner has chosen not to follow the trend of out-of-state corporate ownership where funeral home profit is the only goal. That means our commitment is to provide your family with options and services that you choose at reasonable prices.
William McBratney began the funeral home in a store-front location on Idaho Street near Seventh. In 1929, he moved into a building at Ninth and State Streets. It was the first building in Idaho built specifically as a funeral chapel. Earl Alden purchased the funeral home in 1949, and was later joined by Earl Waggoner and Tim Alden.
In 1973, Alden-Waggoner relocated to its larger, modern facility at 5400 Fairview Avenue.
Steve and Myrna Gordon joined the firm in 1982.
For nearly 100 years, Alden-Waggoner has cared for Idaho families. You have our pledge to continue caring whenever you call on us.
Since 1916, Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel and Crematory has provided caring service to generations of Idaho families. Our reputation is our greatest asset and we will go above and beyond to retain the trust of past and future families in our community. We are dedicated to provide the highest level of service and constantly pursue unique and different ways to help families celebrate the life of their loved one.
Our mission has always been to help family members make sound decisions about funeral services, decisions they will be comfortable with not only at the time of death but in the years ahead. We are dedicated to offer reliability, fair pricing, and dignified, caring services to our community.
In case you are interested in preplanning your memorial service, you can be sure your legacy will be safeguarded and that you can have peace of mind. This location has proudly served the neighborhood with exceptional care for years and will help guide your loved ones through funeral etiquette, individualize your tribute, funeral costs, directions to cemeteries, guestbook, online obituary creation, and telling your life story.
Found in Boise, Idaho and 2.5 miles from town center of Boise, this business is within Ada County and will serve the surrounding areas of: Garden City, Idaho State Tax Comm, Idaho State House, Idaho State Tax Commission, Boise Cascade, I D State Dept of Employ, Ustick, Boise State University, Federal Bldg, Boise, Hidden Spgs, Hidden Springs, Washington Group, Intermountain Gas Co, Mayfield, Pearl, Dept of Transportation, Mora, Bowmont, and Albertsons.
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Claire Wetherell, the "Matriarch of Mountain Home," dies at age 91
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Daniel Ledden O'Brien of Kuna, Idaho passed away peacefully at home with his beloved wife by his side on Saturday October 16th, 2010. A Memorial Service will be held at Alden-Waggoner Funeral Chapel, Boise, Idaho on October 28, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. Daniel ...
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