Daniels Funeral Homes And Crematory

Funeral Services in Gainesville, FL
Funeral Services in Gainesville, FL Welcome to the Daniels Funeral Homes website. For over forty years, we currently have delivered the families of Suwannee County with dignified, thoughtful, personalized, and compassionate services. As a family-owned & operated funeral home and crematory, we know that our clients are really our neighbors. We understand that families call upon us in their time of need because of our proven track record of over forty years of unparalleled service. We unselfishly aim to supply for every request within reason that a family may have.

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read moreDaniels Funeral Home was established in December of 1961 by J.B. Daniels, Jr. The original structure was a 3-story home built (as close as we can determine) in the late 1800's or early 1900's; this building was eventually moved from the original location and a new facility was built in June of 1964. In September of 1965, we purchased from our uncle a funeral home in Branford, Florida - 25 miles south of Live Oak, but still located in Suwannee County. The original Branford Funeral Home was built in 1955.
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