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.
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.
In order to help you contact or if you need the address for The Stone Chapel, Poulsbo Mortuary, their information is listed above. If you are interested in sending sympathy flowers to a family who has a loved one here, you can send funeral flowers to The Stone Chapel, Poulsbo Mortuary now. The florists near The Stone Chapel, Poulsbo Mortuary have a wonderful and diverse selection of wreaths and bouquets to help express your sympathy for the family.
The Stone Chapel, Poulsbo Mortuary is located in a neighborhood known as Breidablick or Central Valley or Island Lake or Lemolo or Lofall or Pearson or Sandy Hook Park or Scandia or Virginia in the city of Poulsbo and is 1.81 miles from downtown.
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