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Come Celebrate with Us!

Mountain View Is Turning 100 Years Old

Join us for a fun and interesting weekend as we celebrate a century of serving the Tacoma community.

Sept. 26-27.
Start by taking one of the guided tours of the historic property that will be offered almost hourly throughout the weekend. After your tour, stop by the Celebration of Life Center for a gift bag and free refreshments. While in the Center, you’ll want to take in the photographic exhibit featuring images of Tacoma from the early 1900s through to the 1950s. If one (or more) of the images strikes your fancy, you’ll have the opportunity to bid on it through the silent auction. All proceeds will be donated to the Lakewood Historical Society.

Make a Reservation 

Mountain View Funeral Home, Memorial Park & Crematory, has a long, proud tradition of caring for families — in fact, we care for more families than any other service provider in Tacoma. If you’d like to reserve space in the park for yourself or your family, now is the time.

Call 253 343-0108 for a no-obligation consultation. 

Enjoy a Dinner on us !

To celebrate our 100th Birthday, we’re giving away $100 dinner cards*
Be one of the first 100 people to prearrange your funeral, cremation and/or cemetery space at Mountain View before October 15 and you’ll receive a $100 gift card for Burs Restaurant. *Minimum purchase required. Ask for details.

Take A Tour 

Join us for a walk through the beautiful park and hear some interesting stories about the history and a few of its more notable residents. Learn about the dedicated family that founded Mountain View and operated it successfully for four generations (through two World Wars and the Great Depression).

All tours will start outside the main office and end in the Celebration of Life Center. After the tour, you’ll have a chance to enjoy some refreshments and view a photographic exhibit of Tacoma in the early 1900’s. You’ll also have an opportunity to bid on the exhibit pieces in a silent auction to benefit the Lakewood Historical Society.