Mausoleums, Property, and Memorials
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Fir Lane' Memorial Park is open each day from 8 a.m. until dusk.
To ensure that our park is a pleasant place to visit, we limit temporary items placed on graves to 5 pounds per container. Glass or wire containers are prohibited for safety reasons and we ask families to limit the number of items placed on a grave to three.
Artificial flowers are permitted on graves in the winter months from October 1st through April 1st. These flowers will be removed during the summer. Fresh flowers are permitted at any time during the years and Christmas flowers are permitted between Thanksgiving and February 1st.
We ask all families with loved ones at Fir Lane Memorial Park to help keep our park clean and we always appreciate their cooperation.
Fir Lane's Heritage Mausoleum is comprised of full crypts for entombment and niches for cremated remains. It also offers outdoor space for small memorial services.
The pillar building features hand-carved brick murals on each side and also flags representing Washington and the United States.
This brick and timber structure was built in 1992 to meet the growing demands of above-ground entombment. It also features a granite-faced wall for urns holding cremated remains.
In keeping with its policy of providing families with full range services at the end of life, Fir Lane Funeral Home and Memorial Park also has the necessary facilities for on-site cremations.
Several memorial walls have been constructed in the memorial park to permanently hold urns following cremation.
Fir Lane originally was the Overaa family farm, before the funeral home, cemetery and related facilities were developed on 16 of the farm's 80 acres. The balance of the property remains a natural forest, just the way it was a century ago.
We have used that land, which will someday become part of our cemetery, to grow timber and support wildlife.
In recent years and with the help of the Washington State Department of Natural Resources we have planted 6,250 trees in our undeveloped cemetery property.
We are proud of our heritage and hope to preserve something for furture generations.