Providing local service with care and compassion.
Eaton Funeral Service has been serving our Davie County families for over 60 years.
On March 1, 1951 W. Leo Whitt and N. Wayne Eaton purchased the Walker Funeral Home in Mocksville from the late Harley S. Walker, who had operated the firm from the early 1920′s. Later that year Wayne Eaton was joined by his father, Carl Eaton and Uncle, H. R. Eaton, who then purchased the interest owned by Whitt. Later the three Eaton Family members purchased the Siler Funeral Homes on Maple Ave. in Mocksville. This firm was merged into the Eaton organization on North Main Street, the firm’s current location. In July of 1992 Wayne Eaton retired and the firm was acquired by Forbis and Dick Funeral Service of Greensboro.
The current full-time staff consists of: Carl Lambert, Manager/Partner who has been with the firm 27 years; Kim Lambert, Office manager with over 20 years with the funeral home; and Nicholas Miller, funeral director and native of Davie County. The funeral home continues to have a strong presence in the community while providing support for many local events, charitable organizations and other community outreach programs throughout the county. The funeral home staff is proud to provide local service with care and compassion to our friends throughout Davie County and surrounding counties. Licensed staff is available 24 hours a day to answer any questions or concerns that a family may have.