Sequim Valley Chapel is one of only three locations that offer full-service funeral options in Sequim Valley.

Sequim Valley Chapel is one of only three locations that offer full-service funeral options in Sequim Valley.

Sequim Valley funeral home breaks the stigma surrounding funeral arrangements.

“When we meet families, I can honestly say they become friends to us.”

One of the most difficult moments we face in our lifetime is the passing of a loved one.

For many, this period of loss is filled with grief, shock and reflection. In the weeks and months following their passing, families face what can feel like an abrupt and often expensive planning of funeral arrangements.

If no funeral pre-planning has happened, families are left with the often stressful task of making funeral arrangements, planning the service, and wading through the complexities of their love one’s estate, all while navigating their own grief.

It’s why compassionate, knowledgeable, local care is so essential, explains Erick Scheiderman, the Licensed Funeral Director at the family-owned and operated Sequim Valley Chapel.

With more than 50 years of experience providing dignified and affordable funeral support, the Sequim Valley Chapel remains dedicated to providing guidance to grieving loved ones who need clarity and support when arranging the best funeral options that suit the wishes of their family.

The most important thing families need to consider when navigating their loved ones funeral arrangement is to meet with the funeral home staff directly, Scheiderman says.

“Every website looks the same. I always encourage people to call us. When you contact a funeral home, you want to make sure the staff are going to take care of your loved one in a very dignified manner, while ensuring the family is well taken care of as well. When we meet with families, I can honestly say they become friends to us,” Scheiderman says.

As a full-service funeral home, Sequim Valley Chapel provides clients with their every need at an affordable cost, offering support in the following services:

  • Military funeral honors
  • Full-service traditional burials
  • Alkaline hydrolysis (water cremation)
  • Local cremation services
  • Repatriation
  • Access to licensed funeral directors and embalmers
  • Onsite chapel
  • Willed full body donation

As the funeral home enters into its 55th year of operation, Community Outreach Coordinator, Amanda Hough says the Sequim Valley Chapel looks forward to engaging with the community – sharing information and answering questions in a welcoming, comfortable setting.

“We’re starting to get into the community a lot more. In 2024, every month we’ll host what we call ‘ask the funeral director’ series. Starting in January, we’ll be inviting the community in for coffee, tea and refreshments where we will host discussions so the community feels encouraged to ask the questions they are too afraid to research on their own,” says Hough, “these events will alternate monthly between Sequim Valley Chapel and Harper-Ridgeview Funeral Home.”

For more information about any of Sequim Valley Chapel or cemetery services, families and loved ones are encouraged to call 360-683-5242 for one-on-one support.

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