- Catered Receptions
- Funeral Celebrants
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
- Cremation Memorials
- Customized Memorials
- Double-Depth Companion Plots
- Flat Markers
- Private Family Estates
- Scattering Garden for Cremation
- Upright Headstones
- Veterans Cemetery Section
Welcoming funeral home
The professional, experienced and dedicated team at Lawncrest Chapel provides compassionate care to families at a difficult time in their lives. We believe that funeral services should reflect the lives of those being honored, and we strive to create meaningful tributes to those who have meant so much to family and friends.
At Lawncrest Chapel, we work with you to create memorable tributes. Personalized services can include distinctive music, displays of photographs and memorabilia, military honors, unique processionals and dove or balloon releases. Our commitment to exceptional service encompasses a variety of tasks, including catering and floral arrangements. Our experienced and knowledgeable team serves families of all faiths, beliefs, cultures and backgrounds, and we partner with you at every step of the funeral planning process.
Through our wide range of options, we make every effort to ease the funeral planning process and help you make the choices that best meet your wishes, needs and budget.
Lawncrest Memorial Park
Lawncrest Memorial Park offers a range of burial options, from traditional ground burial to above-ground entombment. Cremation options include a cremation garden, niches, cenotaphs and an ossuary. Family estates are a unique way to give generations ahead a place to visit and remember.
Our memorialization selection includes commemorative benches, boulders, upright monuments and flush-to-the-ground markers.
Lawncrest Chapel, originally called Linn and Fulkerth Funeral Home, was established by George Stetler in 1950 in downtown Redding. George also owned a fledgling cemetery on Lawncrest Road that had been used as a golf course.
George had aspirations of merging Linn and Fulkerth Funeral Home with Lawncrest Cemetery, and in 1974, he built a large, Colonial-style building adjacent to the cemetery and renamed the property Lawncrest Chapel and Lawncrest Memorial Park.
Eventually, Lawncrest Road was widened and renamed Cypress Avenue, which is where we are located now. In 1983, Rudy Balma purchased the business, and today the funeral home and cemetery are part of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers.
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