"A Ministry Through Service and Compassion."

We would like to introduce you to the professional and compassionate people of Kayser's Chapel & Crematory.   As a dedicated team we are committed to providing "A Ministry Through Service and Compassion" to the Columbia Basin. This section contains the heritage,  personalities and vision behind our reputation of excellence, sincerity, and trust.  A reputation that has been earned from decades of service, one family at a time.   
**The 1926 Studebaker hearse shown at top of this webpage is part of The Kayser Collection.

  • History & Staff

    History & Staff

    We have decades of experience caring for area families of all faiths and walks of life. Families come to us because of our professional reputation, knowing we are dedicated to excellence in service and that we conduct ourselves with the highest level of integrity.  

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  • Tour our Grounds

    Tour our Grounds

    After years of planning and development, construction of Moses Lake’s new community cemetery began in a wheat field in the spring of 2009.  Since completion it has quickly gained the reputation and respect as the most beautiful and well taken care of cemetery in the Columbia Basin.

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  • Testimonials


    Our constant goal is to provide grieving families memorable remembrance experiences, celebrating their loved one's life, and the time shared together. Over the years the many letters, notes and expressions of gratitude we have received warm our hearts and continually reinforce the reason we have dedicated our lives to serving others.  Our words are expected, while theirs share genuine and sincere feelings about our services.

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  • The Kayser Collection

    The Kayser Collection

    A favorite pastime of ours has been collecting, restoring and showing antique vehicles and collecting old funeral equipment and memorabilia.   On this webpage information and photos are shared of several of the cars and some of the items from the vintage equipment collection. Read more