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Beautiful Memorials in the Heart of Edmonds

Beck's Restlawn Memorial Park spans over six beautifully developed acres, offering a small, welcoming environment for families to honor and cherish their loved ones across generations. With a commitment to personalized memorial services, whether for burials or cremations, we cater to every family's unique preferences and financial considerations.

Our cemetery provides a range of options, from upright monuments to flush markers, all customizable to reflect the individuality of your loved one. Our dedicated specialists are here to assist you in designing a memorial plan that fulfills your loved one's wishes and is financially accessible.

We understand the importance of a thoughtfully planned memorial, recognizing its role in honoring life and aiding your family's healing journey. At Beck's Restlawn Memorial Park, we ensure that every memorial is a lasting tribute to the cherished memories of your loved one.


  • Natural Setting
  • Cremation Garden
  • Cremation Niches

  • Pre-Need Planning
  • Aftercare and Grief Support
  • Online Arrangement

  • Free Online Obituary
  • Build-to-Suit Cemetery Property
  • Custom Headstones
  • Flat Grave Markers


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4.3 3 Reviews
Edo Schweihs / Apr 20, 2023
Owned by Beck’s Funeral Home in Edmonds, WA, Restlawn is more than six acres of developed grounds — and surprising serenity. (When in the area, I sometimes stop, sit, and reflect before I hurry on.) Restlawn offers personal memorial placements for those people who select earth burial or cremation. And prices are less expensive than its competitors.
David M Gordon / Apr 30, 2018
Beautiful serene place. No fancy set ups. Down to earth setting. Becks very caring. No pressure felt. Both my mother and grandmother are resting here.
Teresa Stotler-Martin / Jul 06, 2015