Serving Pierce County and the Valley with compassionate care and skillful guidance for over 100 years.
Every staff member of Powers Funeral Home is trained to work at a consistently high standard and to behave always with consideration, sensitivity and kindness. Our facilities are clean, comfortable and appropriate without exception. We comply with our strict Cremation Promise at all times. This means we do not charge for services that are not requested by you, and we do not dissuade you from selecting cheaper options. Finally, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our aim is to serve you in such a way that you will turn to us with confidence whenever you need end-of-life services. We want you to feel that you can count on us to support you in your time of grief and to guide you sensitively through the sorrowful but necessary practicalities of a funeral. Rest assured that, if you are not completely satisfied with any of our services or facilities, we will reduce or cancel our fee.
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To receive our quickest response, please call us 24 hours a day / 365 days a year at 253-845-0536.
Someone will be there to answer your call and get you the assistance you need when you need it.
A Family Tradition Since the Early 1900s
Powers Funeral Home is one of the oldest funeral homes in the Puyallup, Sumner, Orting, South Hill, Tacoma and Pierce County region. Generations of funeral directors have been serving the needs of local people since the early twentieth century. That accumulation of knowledge has resulted in a funeral home that offers one of the most flexible and superior range of services and venues found in the area today. Whether you are considering cremation or burial, we will guide you through the planning process with compassion and sensitivity. Powers Funeral Home is considered one of the best funeral homes in Puyallup, Sumner and Orting because we provide a personalized approach to every funeral. We understand that honoring a loved one with a beautiful, respectable and unique ceremony is a comfort during a time of loss. That is why we do everything we can to help those grieving plan the best departure ceremony possible.
What Our Families Are Saying...
I can not say enough about this funeral home. We recently lost my step mom unexpectedly. We went into the funeral process totally blind and couldn't have stepped foot into a better place. From the first moment in planning they were so understanding during our constant mind changes in order to make things perfect. We worked with Beth who did all our planning and took so much stress off of us. I couldn't imagine how hard of a job she has, but she is outstanding at it. Up until the cemetery she was with us every step of the way. Thank you Powers for making this terrible situation so much easier! We hope to not have to use you for a long long time but will definitely use you time and time again.
First and foremost, we at Powers Funeral Home are ALWAYS available to help you and your family..
The State of Washington has clarified Proclamation 20-25 regarding funerals during Phase II of the reopening plan. Governor Inslee recognizes the critical role that funeral, embalmer and cemetery licensees play during this unprecedented time. Licensed funeral homes and cemeteries may conduct funeral services in a funeral home or graveside under the following conditions:
1. Indoor occupancy is limited to 20 percent or 30 people, whichever is less, if and only if six feet of physical distancing between households can be achieved. Outdoor ceremonies are limited to 30 people, and at least six feet of physical distancing between households is required.
2. Only ceremonies are permitted, and ceremonies must follow all other provisions of the "Religious and Faith-based Organization COVID-19 Requirements."
3. Receptions are prohibited.
PLEASE KNOW: This does not affect our ability to serve families in their time of need. We are allowed to host funeral services following the guidelines in Governor Inslee’s proclamation and recommendations made by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. We remain available by telephone at 253-845-0536 24 hours a day. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.