Our Location: Sebastopol - Parent-Sorensen Mortuary
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Parent-Sorensen Mortuary and Crematory is a full-service funeral home. We offer individual and distinctive services to families of all faiths. We offer: ~ Kind and compassionate service ~ 24-hour staff and transfer availability, 7 days a week ~ Traditional and alternative service options ~ Professional and personalized service by a dedicated staff ~ Assistance with life insurance, veterans death benefits, etc ~ Complete line of quality merchandise, including caskets, cremation urns, and memorial products ~ Spacious facilities with off-street parking ~ Preplanning arrangements, funded and non-funded


Parent-Sorensen Mortuary
301 S Main St
| Sebastopol, CA 95472
Tel: (707) 829-5433

Our History

In 1984, Buzz and Jim opened a Sebastopol branch of Parent-Sorensen Mortuary. The new location provided them with the ability to bring their compassion, kindness, and expertise in funeral service to the families of West Sonoma County. This branch is conveniently located on South Main Street with access from both Main Street and Gravenstein Highway.

Our Values

In 2004, Buzz Rodgers retired after 45 years in the funeral industry. He turned over his share to his daughter, Andrea L. Rodgers. Later in 2004 James Gotelli joined the partnership.  In 2022 a shift in leadership came as both Andrea L. Rodgers and James Gotelli had moved onto other interests. Daniel Tellez became co-owner with the resilient James Smith.

From its very modest beginnings in the mid-19th century, Parent-Sorensen Mortuary and Crematory continues to serve Sonoma and Marin Communities. In its more than 160 year history, it has been an absolute privileged to serve numerous generations thoughtfully and efficiently. We pride ourselves on our service to the community and look forward to the future as we celebrate the past.

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