Chaput Funeral Home

87 Sherman St
Deadwood, South Dakota 57732
Lawrence County
(605) 578-2454

Check with Chaput Funeral Home about which type of funeral services and products the funeral home, mortuary or memorial chapel provide at their Deadwood, South Dakota location.

Contact the Chaput Funeral Home Funeral Director to ensure the services they provide match your personal needs. Call the Funeral Director at (605) 578-2454.

If there is a religious preference, make sure that Chaput Funeral Home can accommodate your religious practices before, during and after the funeral ceremony and at any graveside service.

The Chaput Funeral Home is one of the funeral homes in Deadwood, South Dakota. Listed below are other funeral homes, memorial chapels, mortuaries, and funeral service providers in Deadwood, South Dakota and Lawrence County.
Funeral Homes in Deadwood

Deadwood, South Dakota Obituaries and News
Arvilla R. Marshall February 04, 2015

Funeral services for Arvilla Marshall ... Marshall and they made their home Crawford, Nebraska. They later moved to Deadwood, South Dakota where they lived for a time before moving to Sundance where they owned and operated Ray’s Café. (

KEEPING A LEGACY ALIVE: South Dakota ranching family’s success spans generations January 29, 2015

A biracial widow, her seven children, and her band of horses traveled from Wyoming to Colorado then north to the Pine Ridge Indian reservation of South Dakota. The generations ... They raised their seven children on the home place. Another son, Scott ... (Fence Post)

South Dakota’s Jewish community small, tight-knit January 19, 2015

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — The first Jews to settle in what is now South Dakota established themselves in Deadwood during the Gold Rush more than 150 years ago, finding a niche selling hardware, groceries, dry goods and more. By 1920, the state was home to ... (News Tribune)

James D. Matson January 17, 2015

James David Matson was born Feb. 29, 1940, in Deadwood, S.D. to Burton J. and Ottelia (Green) Matson. He was one of three children. He was raised in Spearfish, where he graduated high school. He attended the University of South Dakota, where he earned his ... (Daily Ranger)

James “Jim” Matson January 17, 2015

James David Matson was born on February 29, 1940 in Deadwood, SD to Burton J. and Ottelia (Green) Matson. He was one of three children and raised in Spearfish, SD where he graduated high school. He attended the University of South Dakota where he earned ... (County 10)

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Kadoka, South Dakota
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Largo, Florida
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Loudonville, Ohio
Walt is an amazing and very sympathic man. He handles everything with compassion and sympathy. He is simply amazing at putting your mind to ease and helping to walk you through what is surely to be called one of the roughest times of your life. Much love and gratitude for Byerly Lindsey Funeral home. Thanks Walt for everything. Sam and Stevana Duncan

Valdosta, Georgia
Do you always use newspaper to stuff bodies? How would you like to be treated like that or a family member of yours have news paper in them? You should be embarrassed that you did this thinking no one would find out. So now how are people suppose to trust you with a love dons body? How do we know what you are capable of if you are able to stuff a body with you daily news paper. What section did you use? The obituaries?

Pittsburg, California
Sorry to say this is not the best of services. No one answers the phone to pick up the departed. Real nice when you paid up front. Sorry Charlie. Come back when you can...