When planning a service, you have many options available to you and we will do all that we can to provide a beautiful and respectful ceremony. No matter your choice, we can offer you a space to join with family and friends in grief, comfort and love. And above all, we will do our utmost to honor your loved one. We will be happy to go over all your options and answer any questions that you may have.
When a family chooses to hold a funeral or memorial service, they send a message to their community that they welcome their friends and neighbors to join them in saying goodbye to their loved one. By holding a service, we allow our community to support us during this difficult time.
At Johnston & Williams Funeral Home we can help you choose a service that fits your wishes and the needs of your family.
A funeral service is a service where the person who has passed away is present at the service.
A memorial service is a service where the deceased is not present.
Your funeral director can help you organize either service, whether the service is at the funeral home, your home, a church, or another location, we will help you build a service that honors your loved one and helps tell their story.
Most people know whether they wish to be buried or cremated. Your funeral director will help you accomplish your goals. Whether you choose to hold a service or not, all the options regarding burials and cremations will be explained.
Our funeral home serves all cemeteries in the state of Washington. We can also assist in returning your loved one to a different state for burial.
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.
At Johnston & Williams Funeral Home, we understand that having a conversation about death can be difficult. That is why we want to help you have a conversation about life. We are here to help you tell your story. We are here to build a plan that can tell your family how you want to be remembered.
We want to encourage you to share your story. Tell your loved ones about your life and about your experiences. And don’t wait until it’s too late. There is never a bad time to sit down with someone you love and share a memory.
For more information about having the Talk of a Lifetime, click here.
Johnston & Williams Funeral Home can also assist you with the design, ordering and installation of a monument for your loved one. Selecting a monument is a process that requires many decisions to be made to arrive at a finished product that you'll be pleased with. To request an appointment to visit about a monument, please call our office at 509-925-3141