Bearing One Another's Burdens Since 1901







The Lynden Burial Society 


  Society Information

How it works
How to Join
Enrollment Pricing

Our Funeral Plan

A comparison of what's covered, what's not, and with which funeral homes we contract

Brochures & Forms
Writing an Obituary
When Death Occurs - A List
Burial Society Card History

Governing Board Members

Contact Information

Constitution / Bylaws


 General Information 

Funeral Homes
Local Cemeteries
What. Co. Cemetery Listing
What. Co. Cemetery Map
Local Support Groups
Personal Info Worksheet
Final Days
5 Truths of Grief 
Organ / Body Donation
About Cremation
Choosing a Cemetery


 For Survivors 

Social Security Survivors
Veterans Benefits


Related Websites

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~ Benefits ~

 Our organization offers you and your family the opportunity to participate in the 'bearing of one another's burdens by contributing a small part of the cost of fellow members' funerals - all the while knowing that if and when the same situation arises for you or your family, these same society members will be there to 'bear your burden' and share in the cost of your funeral. 

  • no large, upfront enrollment fees when you join*

  •  memberships are family based....once you and /or your spouse are a member, yourself, your spouse and all children under the age of 21( living at home or in school) are covered

  • minister to others by sharing and bearing the burden of fellow Christians

  • funeral costs are negotiated by the society. If members find themselves in need of funeral services, our negotiated funeral home contracts will save your and your family thousands of dollars

  • we sincerely believe one of the greatest benefits of the society is the opportunity to assist and share with fellow members at their time of grief


          *enrollment fees are pro-rated, based on age


A Non-Profit Organization Devoted to the Sharing of Funeral Expenses

~ Caring by Sharing ~