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 Mountain View Memorial Park, Lakewood , Pierce, Washington, United States


Mountain View Memorial Park

Notes:
Mountain View Memorial Park has 160 acres of property, 110 of which have been fully developed for cemetery use. The first burial took place in 1915 and since then more than 100,000 interments have occurred in the cemetery. The cemetery has about 1000 burials a year, and helps about 1400 families a year with funeral services.

The cemetery continues to grow and has developed a 100 year master plan. In the past few years they have developed an additional urn garden with over 3,000 inurnment spaces, another mausoleum structure, bringing the total of such structures to ten with over 5,000 casket spaces and over 10,000 niches for cremated remains.

Mountain View Memorial Park have an on-site funeral home, three chapels, two reception areas, an on-site cremation chambers, 120 developed acres of beautiful cemetery grounds allowing for mausoleum, burial and cremation urn memorialization. The cemetery also includes 4 veterans' sections and 53 other separate gardens for burial.

In all of its beauty Mountain View Memorial Park has an array of flora and fauna, including 181 different varieties of trees, 575 rhododendrons, and a prize winning rose garden.


Cemetery Photos

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1
Compton, Harold H
Compton, Harold H
Harold H Compton
(currently not in Myrootsplace tree) 
2
Eisenhower, Edgar Newton 'Ed'
Eisenhower, Edgar Newton "Ed"
Edgar Newton "Ed" Eisenhower 
3
Eisenhower, Edgar Newton 'Ed'
Eisenhower, Edgar Newton "Ed"
Edgar Newton "Ed" Eisenhower 
4
Mountain View Memorial Park
Mountain View Memorial Park
This photo is taken in Babyland of Mountain View Cemetery. Babyland is a section of the cemetery where infants & young children are buried. 
5
Mountain View Memorial Park
Mountain View Memorial Park
This section of Mount View Cemetery is called "Valley Rose Garden". 
6
Mountain View Memorial Park
Mountain View Memorial Park
Mountain View Memorial Park 

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