About The Stone Chapel, Poulsbo Mortuary
In 1908, Fred. R. Lewis, while employed by the Butterworth Mortuary of Seattle, was sent to Bremerton to operate their branch mortuary at 212 Second Street. While operating for them, he decided that Bremerton and Kitsap County had a future of which he wanted to be a part.
Services offered by The Stone Chapel, Poulsbo Mortuary
Lewis Chapel and its branches provide personalized and meaningful services to meet the personal desires of hundreds of families every year. Though not a complete list of the services that can be provided, the following are several available.
When you are interested in preplanning your funeral service, you can be sure your legacy will be preserved and that you may have peace of mind. This location has proudly served the local community with exceptional care for years and definitely will help guide your household through funeral service etiquette, modify your memorial, funeral costs, directions to cemeteries, guestbook, online obituary creation, and telling your life story.
Positioned in Poulsbo, Washington and 2.5 miles from town center of Poulsbo, this business is in Kitsap County and assists the surrounding neighborhoods of: Breidablick, Lemolo, Scandia, Virginia, Lofall, Pearson, Central Valley, Island Lake, Sandy Hook Park, Little Boston, Eglon, Bangor Submarine Base, Bangor, Olympic View, Manitou Beach, Seattle, Bainbridge Is, Gilberton, East Bremerton, and Brownsville.
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