Woodlawn is honored to serve you with dignity and reverence in your time of need.
"Our Family Helping Your Family" is at the heart of all we do. We are a family owned, full service funeral facility with a strong commitment to our community since 1965. Personalized family care is our highest priority. We welcome all faiths, ethnic backgrounds and cultures.
In 1967, the Burgmans purchased the historic Ruddell Pioneer Cemetery and adjacent property. Development began on the new portion in 1975, and in 1994 construction began on the current building, which was opened in the spring of 2002.
The spacious 24,000 square-foot funeral home is designed in a Northwest open-beam style. The funeral home features large and small chapels, viewing rooms and original stained glass. Two rose windows, inspired by the cathedrals of Europe, are placed prominently in each chapel.
The wood logs and lumber were cut from timber on the Burgman family property. Tim Burgman's eldest son, George, was the principal logger. All specialty notch cutting was completed onsite. Local workers and trades people were employed throughout the building process. The Burgman family prefers to purchase goods and services locally when possible.
Woodlawn also offers:
• Woodlawn offers donated space for the Medical Equipment Bank.
• Woodlawn is available 24 hours a day.
• Woodlawn is a full service facility and offers direct cremation with free scattering in Deer Creek Scattering Garden (located near the Memory Wall).
The beautiful and spacious facility is designed on a Northwest open beam style.
• A spacious lobby
• Large and small chapels
• Viewing rooms
• Reception areas
• Celebration of Life
• Memorial Tribute DVD of your loved one
• Videographer & Photographer
• Limousine Services
In Deer Creek Cremation Garden, your family can choose the natural setting where you would like to inurn your loved one. There are urn burial places near the pathway, beside trees, next to the creek, and near our natural rock waterfall. This unique water feature includes a rock that was chosen from the Burgman family property in the Bald Hills. The rock weighs approximately 22,000 pounds and stands 9 feet high. It took the cemetery crew 2 days to drill through the rock and create the cascading water effect.