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5909 S Cheney-Spokane Road
Spokane, WA 99224
SPOKANE MEMORIAL GARDENS
The information on this page was created to provide relevant information for persons who want more information about the Spokane Valley's cemetery as well as for those interested in planning or purchasing a memorial option. It is our hope the information on this page will assist you in getting the information you desire. The links below can allow you to jump to specific section of interest to you.
SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT ONLINE
Meet with a Spokane Memorial Gardens Family Service Representative.
Begin the planning process to reduce anxiety and stress.
Discover which memorial options are best for the needs of you and your family.
Understand the options, costs, and options for traditional burial or cremation memorialization.
Meetings can be held in your home, our office, over the phone, or through video chat (for in person meetings, we will follow all current communicable disease guidelines).
MEMORIAL OPTIONS AT SPOKANE MEMORIAL
Spokane Memorial Gardens is located on a beautifully landscaped 160 acres on Cheney-Spokane Road following the natural contours of the Marshall Creek canyon and featuring the magnificent marble statuary of the "Apostle's Court" at its center.
Below are just a few of the options for permanent memorialization at Spokane Memorial Gardens.
The grounds at Spokane Memorial Gardens are composed of gently rolling lawns featuring prominent landmarks such as "The Apostles Court," and the Garden of the Last Supper.
On large granite base, this monuments red granite exterior is tribute to all of those who have served and a memorial to loved ones. The Veterans Memorial is a place of reflection which also functions as an outdoor cremation niche.
To learn more about cremation niches and columbmaria, click the link below.
A BRIEF HISTORY
Spokane Memorial Gardens, also referred to as Spokane-Cheney Memorial Gardens, was established on land purchased from the Northern Pacific Railroad to be developed into a cemetery by Fred and Hilda Collins.
In 1973 the cemetery was purchased by Fairmount Memorial Association and was renamed Spokane Memorial Gardens. was originally known as Northwest Memorial Gardens when it was in established in 1953.
MEMORIAL OPTIONS AND SERVICES
Discover traditional and more contemporary memorials, tributes and options available at Fairmount Memorial Association parks and cemeteries:
SPOKANE MEMORIAL GARDENS STAFF DIRECTORY
Fairmount Memorial Association staff at Pines Cemetery would be pleased to assist you with any questions or arrangements. If you would like to speak to one of our Family Service Representatives, use the contact form below, call the cemetery office (509) 448-2620 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org