Washington has many different options when it comes to the final disposition of your loved one's body. The most common forms are burial and cremation, but can also include alkaline hydrolysis ("water based cremation"), natural organic reduction or even donation to medical science through UW or WSU.
Our funeral home serves all cemeteries in the state of Washington, and all cemeteries offer options for either traditional burial in a casket or permanent placement of your loved one's urn in the ground, a wall or even scattered in a memorial garden section. We can also assist in returning your loved one to a different state for complete traditional burial or assist in shipping the urn as required.
If you are considering cremation, please remember that Johnston & Williams is also home to Inland Crematory, the only licensed crematory in Kittitas County. This means that your family can take comfort in knowing from the time your loved one is initially entrusted to our care, through the time the cremated remains are returned to your family, your loved one will never leave our direct care and supervision at our funeral home in Ellensburg.
To learn what sets us apart from the vast majority of funeral homes and cremation providers in our region, click here.
To learn more about our services in scattering your loved one's cremated remains in the Columbia River, click here.