Front exterior building at Redwood Chapel

Funeral and cremation

Redwood Chapel

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At Redwood Chapel in Redwood City, California, we provide personalized funeral and memorial services in our cozy chapel, rich in character and perfect for commemorating one’s life.

Amenities

  • Chapel
  • Multicultural Funerals

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Trusted provider

We are proud to be a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. When you choose Redwood Chapel, you can rest assured that the Dignity Memorial brand provides quality, value, caring service and exceptional customer satisfaction.

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At Redwood Chapel, we understand the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families. As a Level Four Founding Community Partner with We Honor Veterans, we are honored to serve our nation’s heroes and take this responsibility seriously. We have taken steps to ensure our staff is knowledgeable of all the benefits available to military veterans and their families.

In addition, we host community events annually in honor of our veterans and work closely with local veterans organizations. With respect, integrity and dignity, we will walk you through the steps of creating a veteran’s memorial service that truly honors the life and sacrifice of your loved one.

Honoring tradition

We are committed to exceeding your expectations and delivering a standard of service that is 100 percent guaranteed. With a long-established tradition of community trust, Redwood Chapel continues to cater to all faiths with our funeral and cremation services.

History

Founded in 1886, Redwood Chapel was originally located on Middlefield Road in Redwood City, California. In 1948 owners, Roller and Hapgood, built White Oaks Chapel in San Carlos, and in 1949 they moved Redwood Chapel to its current location on Woodside Road. Over the years Redwood Chapel and White Oaks Chapel were owned in parts by many including: Hal Coehlo, Blair Sheppard, Don Lind, Gene Dessem, Bill Bergler and Emile DuFault. In 2007 White Oaks Chapel closed, and Redwood Chapel became its successor.

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