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Simpler funerals, a natural choice.
More and more people are choosing simpler options for their final arrangements–It just makes sense. People’s Memorial Association (PMA) is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1939 to help the residents of Washington state avoid the confusion, sales pressure and high expense often associated with cremation and burial arrangements. We also provide education and advocacy for all consumers regarding end-of-life matters.
Members pay one low lifetime membership fee of $35 to join. As a member of People’s Memorial Association you are also a member-owner ofThe Co-op Funeral Home of People's Memorial. Your membership entitles you to significant cost savings at not only our Seattle Co-op Funeral Home but at all of our contracted funeral homes, cemeteries and monument company. And you can rest assured that you will receive quality, caring services with no pressure to buy more than you want. In addition, we provide information and pre-planning documents to help assure that you receive the best value possible and your wishes are honored. Why not join today?
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The staff of People's Memorial Association may be reached Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm
To report a death:
Please contact the contracted funeral home of your choice directly
(1-888-PMA-2PMA) and our answering service will guide you to one of our contracted funeral homes.
Posted by Kathy on 07/09/2015
Executive Director, Kathy Long, shares her journey on how to build a columbarium at her church.
Kathy on 06/24/2015
The Co-op Funeral Home of People's Memorial is featured in the latest Post-Mortem column from Vice.com!
Kathy on 03/24/2015
"A Will for the Woods" is a documentary film which aims to spread knowledge about eco-friendly burial by focusing on the personal experiences of a North Carolina man with lymphoma, and his attempts to understand and promote "green burial".
Nora on 03/06/2015
The Stranger reveals the results of PMA's 2014 Price Survey of WA state funeral homes.
Nora on 03/04/2015
The Stranger looks into the funeral industry and the Urban Death Project