About Us

Brown's Funeral Home was founded by Fred Stoller and was originally named Stoller Memorial Chapel.  In the beginning, the funeral home was located where Lutz Hardware is located today.  In 1965, Gordon Brown bought the funeral home from Mr. Stoller after moving down to Camas from Centralia, Washington. 

We are funeral service professionals with a sincere desire to reward each family who has placed their trust and confidence in us by being attentive to every detail, displaying the highest level of courtesy and compassion and providing the greatest measure of respect for your wishes.

We pledge to be a professional resource for the benefit of the entire community and accept this unique responsibility to honor the dignity of life, to aid the family in time of grief and to encourage remembrance with each family within its own traditions, culture and financial means.

We understand that the ritual of ceremony is one that plays a significant role in our lives and that meaningful ceremonies do not just occur, they are events that require guidance and thoughtful planning.

We are expert listeners who can help to transform your thoughts & ideas into a perfectly executed Remembrance Gathering designed expressly for your family. Our goal is to help you find joy in the way you choose to remember, honor and celebrate that wonderful life.

Brown's Funeral Home owns and operates their own crematory, which means your loved ones will never leave our care.