San Andreas Memorial Chapel

254 W St Charles
San Andreas, California 95249
Calaveras County
(209) 754-3361

Check with San Andreas Memorial Chapel about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their San Andreas, California location.

Contact the San Andreas Memorial Chapel Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (209) 754-3361.

If there is a religious preference, make sure that San Andreas Memorial Chapel can accommodate your religious practices before, during and after the funeral ceremony and at any graveside service.



The San Andreas Memorial Chapel is one of the funeral homes in San Andreas, California. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in San Andreas, California and Calaveras County.
Funeral Homes in San Andreas

San Andreas, California Obituaries and News
Memorial service held for boy killed in Dinuba hit-and-run crash October 27, 2014

All classes were canceled on Monday in his honor. Family and friends attended a memorial service at the Immanuel Chapel. Elijah was killed on Sunday, Oct. 19, when he was hit by a van and dragged for several blocks near Road 72 and Nutcracker Avenue. (ABC 30 News)

Telehealth Program Going Mobile October 27, 2014

Dignity Health, formerly Catholic Healthcare West, has been using robots in emergency departments and intensive care units in about 20 California ... San Juan Hospital in Carmichael; Woodland Memorial Hospital; and Mark Twain Medical Center in San Andreas. (California Healthline)

Residents, officials gather in downtown Santa Cruz to remember Loma Prieta October 17, 2014

He was one of a handful of speakers at Memorial Plaza in downtown Santa Cruz on Friday ... He added there is only a one-eighth chance an earthquake would happen on the San Andreas fault in the Santa Cruz Mountains. "That's a high enough chance that we ... (The Santa Cruz Sentinel)

San Diego’s German Film Festival Opens with an Explosive Journey into “The Dark Valley” October 16, 2014

The fourth annual German Film Festival in San Diego opened on October 11 with “Das Finstere Tal” (The Dark Valley). It is an Austrian Western set in the Tyrol Mountains on the Italian border. The film, directed by Austrian Andreas Prochaska ... (sandiegofreepress.org)

Where not to go in an earthquake: Scientists reveal the four San Francisco areas they say are now at critical risk October 13, 2014

The San Andreas system in Northern California consists of five major branches with an overall length of about 1,25O miles. Experts say there is a 99 percent chance of a magnitude-6.7 earthquake or larger in the next 30 years in California because of the ... (Daily Mail)


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Funeral Home Reviews
Modesto, California
I recently had to make arrangements for my aunt, he tried to give me a huge run around for 3 weeks, an experience of grief that i wish never to experience again.
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Monrovia, California
i would have to say i was very disappointed in the services just due to the lack of communication with the mortuary and barrial ground after all the families been through we couldnt even morn and bary my co-workers cousin god rest her soul. the services were held on feb. 2,2013 at glendale forest lawn her name was felicidad santa maria, i speak for myself and hopefully the family in say i was very disappointed
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San Jose, California
The staff at Willow Glen Funeral Home treated my family like we were their family. they were kind, sympathetic and bent over backwards for us. if you want a small funeral home...this is it. its like being at home and not in a mortuary.
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San Diego, California
Short and sweet; this is a business obviously under the influence of a caring mother and grandmother. Mrs. Williams cares more about getting your family through a difficult time than she does about how much you're spending. A mortuary is no place to visit but if you must, go where they care and where you won't get taken advantage of.
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Modesto, California
Oh my goodness!!!! I do not think I have ever been spoken to so rude in my entire life! My father recently passed away I live out of state but spent about a week in California after his death and then returned home. I called to speak with Cunninghams and was basically told I was a bad person because I do not live in the state and why was I not there when my father died. This man needs to find another profession and should not deal with people period. He is heartless!
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