Since our founding in 1909, Lewis Funeral Chapel and its branches have served all of Kitsap County and the State of Washington. As we look toward the future, our foremost goal will continue to be to provide the highest level of service that...
Funeral Homes in Burley, WA
Below you fill find all funeral homes and cemeteries in or near Burley.
Zip codes in the city: 98322.
Kitsap County funeral flowers can be purchased from one of the local funeral shops we partner with.
Miller-Woodlawn Funeral Home began in 1928 as Miller-Reynolds Funeral Home in downtown Bremerton, Washington. Several years later, Woodlawn Memorial Park was developed in the spring of 1940.In 1970, Mr. and Mrs. James Miller and Mrs. Richard Berg...
"Losing a loved one is difficult enough; honoring their choices shouldn't have to be." Our philosophy is to provide low-cost funeral services and cremations to the community. We do this in the most professional, compassionate...
The Burgman family business began in 1935 when Uncle John Kalin opened a Funeral Home on Broadway in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood. His wife, Lucy, a registered nurse, received her embalmer's license in 1937-a true woman pioneer in the...
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Facts about the city
Burley is a census-designated place in Kitsap County, Washington, United States. The community is located just north of the boundary with Pierce County, and about half way between Gig Harbor to the south and Port Orchard to the north. It is located at the head of the Burley Lagoon in Henderson Bay. Burley is a residential area. The community's population stood at 2,057 at the 2010 census.Burley was established in 1898 as a cooperative socialist colony, by a group called the Co-operative Brotherhood, an offshoot of the Brotherhood of the Co-operative Commonwealth that had established Equality colony elsewhere in Washington state in the previous year. Both communities were part of an attempt to plant socialist colonies in Washington in order to convert first the state, and then the entire nation, to socialism.Burley was originally named Brotherhood. Circle City was an area of the colony with buildings laid out on the periphery of a circle. In its earliest years the community achieved a maximum population of approximately 150 people; but like some other planned towns of the era such as Equality Colony, its population endured a long decline through the ensuing years. The local economy was dominated by the lumber industry; other businesses never flourished, though a cigar-manufacturing effort did achieve some short-term success.
It was written by The News Tribune on July 12th, 2015 that Carrie Lynn Kuhel (Sigwalt) died in Burley, Washington. Ms. Kuhel was 60 years old and was born in Stuttart, . Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Carrie Lynn's life.
Burley is a residential area. Both communities were part of an attempt to plant socialist colonies in Washington in order to convert first the state, and then the entire nation, to socialism. The community is located just north of the boundary with Pierce County, Washington County, and about half way between Gig Harbor, Washington Harbor to the south and Port Orchard, Washington Orchard to the north.
Burley was originally named Circle City, with buildings laid out on the periphery of a circle.
Burley was established in 1898 as a cooperative socialist colony, by a group called the Co-operative Brotherhood, an offshoot of the Brotherhood of the Co-operative Commonwealth that had established Equality colony elsewhere in Washington state in the previous year.
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