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Professional and Caring Services for Funeral Home and Cremations in Kent, WA

Kent, WA Funeral Home And Cremations

Edline-Yahn & Covington Funeral Chapel is a caring funeral home and cremation service provider in Kent, WA. We take great pride in our service to our community and in the level of personalized attention we are able to offer all of our families in the last 89 years. You can count on us to help you plan a personal, lasting tribute to your loved one. Call us today for your funeral home and cremation needs at (253) 630-2736 or visit us at 27221 156th Ave SE, Kent, WA 98042.

When a loved one passes, there are decisions to be made to lay them to rest. Because options abound, it can become overwhelming to think about the best way to honor their memory. Partnering with a professional and caring funeral home can significantly ease this process of navigating your options for funeral home and cremations in Kent, WA. Having the professional competence of funeral experts on your side, you will feel supported to create a meaningful goodbye.

Edline-Yahn & Covington Funeral Chapel's expert team brings many decades of industry and life experience to their clients. In fact, the owner/operators have connections to seven different funeral home businesses in and around Puget Sound. With attention to detail and a keen understanding of loss, they are committed to bringing a measure of comfort to the broken-hearted during this time of profound sadness.


An Overview of Services for Funeral home and Cremations in Kent, WA

There is a complete range of service selections that can be arranged to meet your unique needs. An arrangement conference will help us get to know a bit about you and your deceased and guide the decisions for the services you choose. We are open to conversation about what you are hoping for and finding ways to customize these services with little personal details.

  • Funeral Services: For funeral services, the ceremony may be small, intimate gatherings or large, elaborate affairs. What is most important is the opportunity for family and dear friends to support each other and make way for acceptance and healing to begin. Many emotions are generally experienced during the services that honor a well-lived life. A funeral may be held regardless of the type of final disposition that you choose. They can be offered in either case, before cremation or burial.
  • Memorial Services: Memorial services are much like a funeral since they are designed to help us remember and pay tribute to a loved one. Unlike funerals, there can be more flexible timelines allowing for planning weeks to months beforehand if desired. A memorial may be held with or without a funeral urn containing ashes. These services can be offered in a variety of settings.
  • Burial Services: Burial services may be utilized in a number of ways. There may be a desire for immediate burial without a public service attached. Some families wish for an opportunity to hold a visitation or wake service for loved ones to pay their final respects to the departed. The casket may be closed or open for this meeting. Others may feel it is better for the situation at hand to hold a simple graveside service. Burial may be used for containerized ashes as well. There are many viable avenues to use with this style of service.
  • Cremation Services: Cremation is an option that has grown in popularity over the last several years. Cremation may be handled immediately, as with a direct or simple cremation, and have no publicly attended service offered. It may be addressed as soon as legal requirements are met. The process of cremation is handled with great dignity and respect for the deceased. All services for cremation are performed individually with secure protocols for identification and safeguarding of the final remains.

The above-described services may be combined as needed to meet the needs of each family we serve. Our professional staff is available to help you create a fitting service to honor this special person in your life. For all of your questions or needs around funeral home and cremations in Kent, WA, Edline-Yahn & Covington Funeral Chapel is ready to help you.


When it comes to you, there is no better expert than you. So why leave the planning of your own future services to someone else? Taking a little time to learn what services are available and selecting the options you prefer can be an invaluable gift to your loved ones after you have passed on. With easy-to-use online forms and a wealth of information on our website, you can begin this process in the comfort of your own home. If preferred, this can also be a conversation with a pre-need expert in our beautiful facility. 


Support for Grieving Families

All of the families we serve will be offered the bereavement services we provide. There is no question that a close loss will change your life forever. We have also collected many web-based and local grief support resources that we can connect our clients to. It is vitally important that those living through loss have access to good tools and resources. Our staff seeks to provide and the assurance that you are not alone. 


Call or Stop by for Additional Information

As you plan any necessary arrangements for funeral home and cremations in Kent, WA, you don’t have to do it alone. Reach out for support at Edline-Yahn & Covington Funeral Chapel by calling (253) 630-2736. We can be found at 27221 156th Ave SE, Kent, WA 98042.


Funeral Home & Cremations FAQs

What is the difference between a mortuary and a funeral home?

Both mortuaries and funeral homes provide services to the relatives of recently deceased individuals. Both facilities provide similar services, but mortuaries are more likely to provide cremation services, which funeral homes are less likely to provide. Learn more.

What is the difference between a coffin and a casket?

A coffin has a removable lid and is tapered at the shoulder. A casket is a rectangular container with a hinged lid. Learn more.

Can urns stay in home?

In general, urns should not be held at home. However, with the agreement of the bishops' conference, a bishop can allow it "in grave and exceptional cases depending on localized cultural conditions". Learn more.


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