Davis Funeral Home & Memorial Park maintains a tradition of personal attention to our families' needs and individual desires. We offer professional direction of services, whether they are held in our funeral home, in a church, at a cemetery, or in a private home or other location.
Many details have to be considered, and decisions made, in arranging a service, whether at the time of need or in advance. We at Davis Funeral Home & Memorial Park want to make it easier for you by providing helpful information.
According to your needs, we offer limousine service for the family, clergy and pallbearers, as well as a hearse and flower vehicle to the cemetery.
In accordance with your faith, we will consult with your choice of clergy and provide the necessary information for the service.
Our staff is knowledgeable and experienced in the funeral practice of most religions, as well as those of the various fraternal orders. We will adeptly oversee proper adherence to ceremonies and rituals. Many of our client families choose to honor their deceased through non-religious forms of memorialization, and we can assist with that as well.
We assist our client families in filling out and filing forms for Social Security, Veteran's benefits, insurance, pensions, union benefits, Civil Service benefits, etc. Of course, these matters are handled in strictest confidence. We do have an in-house Notary Public for your convenience.
When a death occurs outside our community, you can rely on Davis Funeral Home & Memorial Park to handle all the details. We have contacts in most every city in the United States and many cities throughout the world. We can arrange services or burial according to your wishes almost anywhere. In this way, we can help you avoid duplication of effort, unnecessary expense, anxiety and needless travel.
We can arrange transportation for the deceased and escorts anywhere through our more than 3,200 world-wide affiliates.
Nevada law does not require embalming. In most cases, refrigeration can be furnished at no charge.
You may have a funeral service with an unembalmed body present as long as there is not a health hazard. Viewing is possible of an unembalmed body in most instances for a short period of time for family and friends.