We’re With You Every Step of the Way
Our staff of dedicated professionals is available to guide you through all aspects of arranging a cremation service.
Planning a cremation online eliminates the need to meet with a funeral director in person, which lowers your cost and saves you time. You can review all of the available options from the comfort and privacy of your own home.
We’ve provided cremation services to friends and family throughout Washington since our beginning. We’re here to assist and guide you through the arrangement process and help you explore all of the options available.
Pre-arranging your own cremation service in advance will help to ease the burden of your loved ones. It will also alleviate any questions, problems or differences, which can sometimes occur among family members after a loss.
When a death is expected within the next six months our imminent need arrangements are the simplest way to prepare for a loss. Arranging today means you’ll be able to spend more time with your loved ones when it matters most.
Washington Cremation Alliance is a trusted provider of cremation services to families in Seattle and King County, WA. We provide affordable and caring cremation services to the many Washington families who prefer a simple yet dignified cremation option. Whether you’re looking for a direct cremation or are planning ahead we’re here to help make this difficult process a little easier for you and your family. Call our cremation service specialists today for pricing and to learn how to begin the planning process.
What does a Seattle cremation cost?
The average cost for a direct cremation in Washington is $1,363 and ranges up to $4,090. We compiled this Seattle cremation cost table in 2016.
|Washington Cremation Alliance||$694|
|Sunset Hills Funeral Home||$4,090|
|Acacia Memorial Park & Funeral Home||$3,490|
|Forest Lawn Funeral Home||$2,900|
|Greenwood Memorial Park||$2,895|
|Yarington’s Funeral Home||$2,850|
|Butterworth Funeral Home||$2,295|
|Bonney-Watson Funeral Home||$2,295|
|Price-Helton Funeral Home||$2,240|
|Evergreen-Washelli Funeral Home||$2,040|
|Edline-Yahn Funeral Chapel||$2,005|
|Dayspring and Fitch Funeral Home||$1,995|
|Bleitz Funeral Home||$1,840|
Please note: A Medical Examiner’s review fee of $70.00 must be paid if death occurs in King County.
Everything In One Package
We provide a simple direct cremation package that can be arranged online or over the phone. No funeral home visits or sales pitches. Our simple cremation package includes everything you need:
Taking care of your cremation arrangements is a thoughtful and caring thing to do for your family. It’s comforting to know that you’ve done all you can do to ease their burden. You can be assured that they will appreciate that your caring for them continued after you are gone.
Planning Ahead Alleviates Pressure when the Time Comes
Many who have undergone the emotional strain of arranging a cremation service within hours of losing a loved one have made the choice to pre-plan their own cremation services in advance. Doing so lifts the burden from their loved ones by relieving decision-making pressure at a time of intense grief and emotional stress. Pre-planning your cremation online is simple and convenient.
What Our Families Are Saying
I highly recommend calling Washington Cremation Alliance. Everyone was very helpful and kind. They made everything so easy and took care of all the details. Thank you again!
Washington cremation alliance in Vancouver WA was so helpful and professional. I would highly recommend them for anyone going through the loss of a family member.
Meet Our Team
Managing Funeral Director
Adrien Hunter is a Washington licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer. He graduated Phi Theta Kappa from Mt. Hood Community College in 2008 with an Associates of Applied Science in Funeral Service Education. For over a decade, Adrien has been serving Pacific Northwest families with dignity and pride. In his free time, Adrien enjoys live music, traveling, and spending time with his family.
Seattle Cremation Information
Nine out of ten Seattle families choose cremation for a variety of religious, philosophic, economic, and environmental reasons. Many simply feel that cremation affords them a more comfortable pathway toward a closure harmonious with their lifestyle.
Where are you located? Can I come in to make arrangements?
While we are licensed to be able to serve every part of Washington State, our administrative mailing address and arrangement counselor staff are located in Seattle and Vancouver, respectively. We have partner crematories in Kent, Marysville, and Portland, with transportation centers in these locations as well. Please keep in mind, however, that part of the reason we are able to keep our service prices low is because we do not have the ability to meet families to make arrangements in these locations. Instead, the families we serve complete the arrangement forms online.
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What are the laws for scattering ashes in Washington?
You can scatter cremated remains on any private land with permission. To scatter on National Park land you need permission from the Chief Park Ranger. For state trust uplands you need permission from the regional manager. You should scatter ashes on the ground at least 100 yards from any trail, road, building, or waterway. Memorial markers are not permitted and publicity of the scattering is not allowed.
You may scatter in the Puget Sound, Lake Washington, or any navigable inland waterway under state control. You may also scatter at sea outside the 3-mile limit enforced by the EPA. Such scatterings should be reported to the Seattle administrator of the EPA within 30 days. Call 206-553-1200 or write 1200 Sixth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101.
Washington State Ferries also allow scattering. Please provide 3-5 days notice for a scattering memorial service. Ceremonies can only take place during non-peak sailing times & if weather conditions permit. Ashes must be in a biodegradable container. To find out more contact the Seattle WSF administrator at (206) 264-3554.
What help is available with cremation costs in Seattle?
The county runs its own indigent cremation program and in some cases may pay for a direct cremation. For more information contact the King County Medical Examiner’s Office. Call (206) 731-3232 or visit 908 Jefferson St, Seattle, WA 98104.
Veterans and their dependents may receive some benefits. Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent is the Veterans cemetery nearest to Seattle. Interment and the grave marker are free of charge to an eligible veteran and dependents. For more information contact the Department of Veterans Affairs at 1-800-827-1000.