Shaw-Davis Funeral Homes
& Cremation Service is a fourth generation family owned
and operated funeral home. Read a featured article about us
in the "Short North Gazette".
Whether you're thinking about
a simple cremation or a traditional funeral service. The Shaw
family will guide you through with the knowledge and experience
you've come to expect when cost is a factor.
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Columbus Ohio Since 1907-*
Looking for a funeral home that can provide you
superior service options at a low price?
Since 1907, Shaw-Davis has continued to offer
families affordable service options with a complete
line of quality merchandise in a private selection
room. So what makes Shaw-Davis Funeral Homes different?
With two locations
in the central Ohio area, our funeral home has
been designed with your comfort in mind.
We are proud to be an "Ethan
Allen" showcase designed funeral home.
You'll find a homelike atmosphere with comfortable
seating in every room. Plus limited edition
paintings throughout our funeral homes by Thomas
Kincaid and G. Harvey. Also a children's
play area, snack and beverage bar for your family
and friends, and a grief care follow-up program
with an online resource library. In addition,
we offer personalized theme ideas you may want
to incorporate for your loved ones funeral or
memorial service. Plus the exclusive "Life
Video Photo Album", where we transform
your family photos into a timeline visual memorial
video; set to music you select, available on DVD
or VHS, which may be displayed during the visitation,
funeral, or memorial service. The "Life
Video Photo Album" is a treasure and a valuable
keepsake to pass on to family generations for
years to come. Personalization
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One more reason for your family and friends to appreciate
your thoughtfulness. Arranging a funeral involves
hundreds of difficult decisions. These decisions
have to be made quickly...and at a time of confusion
and great emotional stress. Decisions like: Name
of the funeral home to be used? Has a cemetery
lot been purchased? Will the service be religious
or non-traditional? where should the service
be held? Who will speak at the service?
Do you have a preference for music, flowers, readings,
prayers, etc.? Interment? Entombment?
Cremation? What type of casket or urn is
preferred? Who will pay for the arrangements?
Now you have the opportunity to plan ahead.
Learn about Pre-Planning.