Woodlawn Cemetery

Established 1891, Family Owned & Operated Since 1963 

Low Costs
No Hidden Costs

     Serving The Community

For Over 120 Years                                                                                                        360-568-5560            

About Us
7509 Riverview Road  Snohomish, WA 98290                                    360.568.5560
*  Everyone Deserves A Decent Burial At An Affordable Cost

*  The loss of a Loved One can be difficult and stressful, we want to make your 
“Final Arrangements” easier and make it as unique and personable as you and your family desires.

Woodlawn Cemetery ledger was started in 1891, making Woodlawn the oldest operating cemetery in Snohomish.  Many famous Snohomish Families are buried in Woodlawn Cemetery including one of the first families to pass during the diphtheria epidemic of 1876.  The epidemic traveled up the Snohomish River taking all 5 children of Samuel and Katherine Howe, a family that helped make Snohomish what it is today.

In 1896, Woodlawn Cemetery had it’s 1st official plat map of cemetery spaces;  throughout the years, different families and organizations operated Woodlawn Cemetery, carving the cemetery into the 10+ acres of beautiful rolling hills.  The IOOF - Independent Order of Odd Fellows added our center drive in about 1914 naming it “Fraternity Drive” in honor of the brotherhood and kindness showed to those the cemetery served. 

   In 1963 The Chapman Family took over the care and maintenance of  Woodlawn Cemetery and has owned and operated Woodlawn Cemetery non - stop for 3 generations.  The Chapman Family still upholds the Congenial attitude of helping those in need as has always been believed.

An Array of  Animals live at and visit

Woodlawn Cemetery including:

Deer, Owls, Eagles and many more.

Fall of 2009

Fog Rolling Through Snohomish Valley

Fall of 2011

Young Baby Deer

May 30, 2010