Redmond OR Funeral Homes

Redmond OR funeral homes provide local funeral services. Find more information about Autumn Funerals LLC by clicking on each funeral home listing. Send funeral flower arrangements to any Redmond funeral home delivered by our trusted local florist.

funeral flowers

Funeral Flowers

Express your deepest sympathies - send beautiful flowers today!

sympathy roses

Sympathy Roses

Give comfort and loving support — order a delivery today!

funeral standing sprays
$20 OFF

Standing Sprays

Heart-felt tributes to honor a dear friend or loved one who has passed away

Autumn Funerals LLC

485 Northwest Larch Avenue
Redmond, OR 97756
(541) 504-9485
Autumn Funerals LLC funeral flowers

Redmond Memorial Chapel

717 Southwest 6th Street
Redmond, OR 97756
(541) 548-3219
Redmond Memorial Chapel funeral flowers

Redmond OR Obituaries and Death Notices

Obituaries from the Wednesday, March 22, 2017 issue of the Calhoun Times - Northwest Georgia News

Monday, April 03, 2017

St Jude Children’s Research Hospital or Shriners’ Hospitals for Children.Tammy PasleyTammy Leigh Pasley, 46, of Calhoun, passed away Saturday, March 18, 2017 at Redmond Regional Medical Center. She was born in Floyd County on Sept. 9, 1970, daughter of the late Bill and Delores Walraven. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother-in-law, Alan Weaver.Tammy was a self-employed caregiver.She leaves behind her son, Austin Pasley; her daughters, Morgan Pasley, Meleigha Pasley and Raven Pasley; her brothers and sisters-in-law, Brent and Sharon Walraven, Barry Walraven, and Timmy and Shea...

Obituary: Stewart - Statesman Journal

Monday, October 24, 2016

Survivors include his daughter Nancy of Santa Rosa, California; grandchildren Chelsea of Brooklyn, New York, and Samuel of Seattle, Washington; daughter-in-law Renee of Mill City; brothers Thomas of Redmond and Campbell “Dub” of Eugene. He was preceded in death by his wife, Marie; son Charley, Jr.; and brothers William and Jack.A memorial service was held Oct. 8 at the Santiam High School Auditorium in Mill City. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made in Charley’s name to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows #144 or the Mill City Fire Department.Serving the family, North Santiam Funeral Service, Stayton.Obituary PolicyFree obituaries run on a space-available, first-come, first-serve basis, and are subject to editing. Maximum length is 250 words. Photos may be submitted, but are not guaranteed to be published.Paid obituaries are handled by advertising and are also subject to editing.Deadline for obituaries is 11 a.m. Friday for publication the following Wednesday.To submit: email smnews@salem.gannett.com, fax 503-399-6706 or call 503-399-6794.Read or Share this story: http://stjr.nl/2dEbVyG...

Deaths Summary for Friday, October 14, 2016 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, October 17, 2016

S., 81, of Beaufort, a homemaker and wife of Billy Belcher, died Thursday. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home of Hampton.BROCKINGTON, Silas, 90, of Kingstree died Wednesday. Arrangements by Redmond-Richardson Funeral Home.MOUZON, Janice Elmore, 51, of Lawrenceville, Ga., wife of Lorenzo E. Mouzon, died Monday. Arrangements by W.M. Smith-McNeal’s Downtown Chapel of Charleston, S.C.ROGERS, George, 69, of Salters died Wednesday. Arrangements by Henryhand’s Kingstree Chapel.

Descendants of original Lake Forest families return to St. Patrick to view restored windows - Chicago Tribune

Monday, October 17, 2016

Ireland, Rocco Dawson's great-grandfather Patrick Dawson made his way to the area in the 1840s, Margaret Dawson said. Patrick's son Peter was born in 1844 and had 10 children with his wife Catherine Redmond Dawson."They all had a lot of kids back then," Klunder said.It was Peter Dawson who donated the Holy Family window at St. Patrick in honor of his wife who had died of scarlet fever, according to the research.The early members of St. Patrick were tenacious. After the Sunday worshippers outgrew Yore's home, they built a 40-by-30 foot log cabin near the cemetery. When they also outgrew that space, they chose a 2.5 acre site at Route 60 and Waukegan Road for a larger church building, which was constructed between 1853 and 1855 at a cost of $14,000, according to Klunder's research. The church was originally called Corduroy Church – named after a wood bridge over the North Branch of the Chicago River – but by the 1860s was officially known as St. Patrick.By 1883, the church had become unsafe and members tore it down and rebuilt. In 1895, the building was struck by lightning and destroyed by fire. It was once again rebuilt. In 1908, the building was again destroyed by lightning and fire.This time, members decided to find a new location, according to Klunder's research. They bought land from Thomas Yore, grandson of Michael Yore, at Everett and Waukegan roads. The church was built in 1909 and dedicated on Oct. 16, 1910. Members paid for the stained glass windows, which are believed to have been constructed by Detroit Stained Glass Works.The church led a fundraising campaign over the last year and raised more than $100,000 for their restoration.mlawton@pioneerlocal.comTwitter: @reporterdude...

Funeral Home Flowers

Redmond News

Obituaries from the Wednesday, March 22, 2017 issue of the Calhoun Times - Northwest Georgia News

Monday, April 03, 2017

St Jude Children’s Research Hospital or Shriners’ Hospitals for Children.Tammy PasleyTammy Leigh Pasley, 46, of Calhoun, passed away Saturday, March 18, 2017 at Redmond Regional Medical Center. She was born in Floyd County on Sept. 9, 1970, daughter of the late Bill and Delores Walraven. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother-in-law, Alan Weaver.Tammy was a self-employed caregiver.She leaves behind her son, Austin Pasley; her daughters, Morgan Pasley, Meleigha Pasley and Raven Pasley; her brothers and sisters-in-law, Brent and Sharon Walraven, Barry Walraven, and Timmy and Shea...

Obituary: Stewart - Statesman Journal

Monday, October 24, 2016

Survivors include his daughter Nancy of Santa Rosa, California; grandchildren Chelsea of Brooklyn, New York, and Samuel of Seattle, Washington; daughter-in-law Renee of Mill City; brothers Thomas of Redmond and Campbell “Dub” of Eugene. He was preceded in death by his wife, Marie; son Charley, Jr.; and brothers William and Jack.A memorial service was held Oct. 8 at the Santiam High School Auditorium in Mill City. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made in Charley’s name to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows #144 or the Mill City Fire Department.Serving the family, North Santiam Funeral Service, Stayton.Obituary PolicyFree obituaries run on a space-available, first-come, first-serve basis, and are subject to editing. Maximum length is 250 words. Photos may be submitted, but are not guaranteed to be published.Paid obituaries are handled by advertising and are also subject to editing.Deadline for obituaries is 11 a.m. Friday for publication the following Wednesday.To submit: email smnews@salem.gannett.com, fax 503-399-6706 or call 503-399-6794.Read or Share this story: http://stjr.nl/2dEbVyG...

Deaths Summary for Friday, October 14, 2016 - Charleston Post Courier

Monday, October 17, 2016

S., 81, of Beaufort, a homemaker and wife of Billy Belcher, died Thursday. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home of Hampton.BROCKINGTON, Silas, 90, of Kingstree died Wednesday. Arrangements by Redmond-Richardson Funeral Home.MOUZON, Janice Elmore, 51, of Lawrenceville, Ga., wife of Lorenzo E. Mouzon, died Monday. Arrangements by W.M. Smith-McNeal’s Downtown Chapel of Charleston, S.C.ROGERS, George, 69, of Salters died Wednesday. Arrangements by Henryhand’s Kingstree Chapel.

Descendants of original Lake Forest families return to St. Patrick to view restored windows - Chicago Tribune

Monday, October 17, 2016

Ireland, Rocco Dawson's great-grandfather Patrick Dawson made his way to the area in the 1840s, Margaret Dawson said. Patrick's son Peter was born in 1844 and had 10 children with his wife Catherine Redmond Dawson."They all had a lot of kids back then," Klunder said.It was Peter Dawson who donated the Holy Family window at St. Patrick in honor of his wife who had died of scarlet fever, according to the research.The early members of St. Patrick were tenacious. After the Sunday worshippers outgrew Yore's home, they built a 40-by-30 foot log cabin near the cemetery. When they also outgrew that space, they chose a 2.5 acre site at Route 60 and Waukegan Road for a larger church building, which was constructed between 1853 and 1855 at a cost of $14,000, according to Klunder's research. The church was originally called Corduroy Church – named after a wood bridge over the North Branch of the Chicago River – but by the 1860s was officially known as St. Patrick.By 1883, the church had become unsafe and members tore it down and rebuilt. In 1895, the building was struck by lightning and destroyed by fire. It was once again rebuilt. In 1908, the building was again destroyed by lightning and fire.This time, members decided to find a new location, according to Klunder's research. They bought land from Thomas Yore, grandson of Michael Yore, at Everett and Waukegan roads. The church was built in 1909 and dedicated on Oct. 16, 1910. Members paid for the stained glass windows, which are believed to have been constructed by Detroit Stained Glass Works.The church led a fundraising campaign over the last year and raised more than $100,000 for their restoration.mlawton@pioneerlocal.comTwitter: @reporterdude...