The Community of Peshastin, WA


The Peshastin Cemetery holds an important place in the history of our community.

Originally named Booth Canyon after the family who first settled there, it was later changed to Anderson Canyon after Adolph Anderson, a Swede who first came to the area to work at the Blewett Mines.

Jacob L. Foss, who lived near the mouth of the canyon, donated the land to the Peshastin Community for the cemetery. 
Today the cemetery is very well maintained and encompasses a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains and orchards. 
Cemetery District #2
PO Box 348
Peshastin WA 98847-0348
At least three (3) days pior notice before services needed, to make arrangements.

No services on Sundays, New Years Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day,
Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

No full burials during winter months or at discretion of Sexton.

One (1) adult casket and one (1) urn allowed, with companion headstone per burial lot.

Two (2) urns per cremain lot allowed, with one (1) companion headstone.

*All lots include $250.00 of endowment care*

Peshastin Cemetery will handle the sale of liners and delivery. 
For more information, please contact Kathy Springer
Phone: 509.548.4807
Monday through Friday
9:00am - 3:00pm
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