Simple Memorial Service
Davis Funeral Home, LLC’s history goes back many years, and it all started with Moses Davis in 1842. He was a local gravestone maker and wanted to offer the people of his community a place to go in their time of need. Since day one Davis Funeral Home, LLC has been serving the Nashua community with compassion and commitment.
Looking for a simple memorial service in Nashua?
We understand that losing someone is one of the hardest things you will go through in your lifetime, and we do everything we can to make things just a little bit easier for you. One of the ways that we do this is by making sure you are well informed about all the simple memorial service options we provide.
What is a memorial service? Well, we’ve put together a short page to explain it to you so you are clear moving forward. The next question that you need to answer on behalf of your loved one – or yourself, is why a memorial service? We encourage you to click below and read that page so you get a better idea of how/why a memorial service is a good fit.
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Next, you should make sure that you understand a celebration of life is, as well as how it compares to the most traditional option, which is the funeral. There are a couple of pages linked below that talk about these two types of services and will explain the differences. Although celebrations of life are gaining popularity, we think you should see the comparison as some families still choose to go with a more traditional option.
Creating a Celebration of Life
Take time to learn about this new ceremonial format, the celebration of life. It is intended to showcase the unique life of your loved one.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are curious about memorial services, our list of the most frequently-asked questions will satisfy. Learn what makes a memorial service a special event.
Now that you’re well educated about the memorial services Davis Funeral Home, LLC offers, we’d like to direct you to our frequently asked questions page. No matter how much information you read you probably have questions, so give us a call at (603) 883-3401 and we’ll answer them for you. You also have the ability to send us an email through our online contact page.
If you’ve decided that a simple memorial service is not the right choice, then please take a look at our funeral services, as well as our cremation services pages. These talk about other options that your family has with us that might be a better fit.
Of course, we would like to remind you that if you are in immediate need, you can call us 24 hours a day.