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Tahoma National Cemetery
Maple Valley, King County, Washington

18600 Southeast 240th St.
Kent, WA 98042-4868
(425) 413-9614
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Lat: 47° 23' 33"N, Lon: 122° 13' 25"W

Total records = 4,976

U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs Database

Tahoma is the first national cemetery in Washington, comprised of 160 acres, adjacent to Tahoma High School. The name "Tahoma" was used by the Klickitat indians as their name for Mt. Rainier, the highest peak in Washington.

Tahoma was opened for service in September of 1997, and is expected to remain open until 2025.

Records of burials were provided to this website by the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs, on July 2, 2000. This is not a complete list of burials, only those that are on file with the VA.






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