In 1880, what now is Veilleux Funeral Home was the home of the Honorable Cyrus W. Davis who ran the firm of Davis & Smith, an investment business. In 1904, Davis founded and was the principal owner of the Waterville Sentinel, one of Maine’s leading Democratic daily newspapers.
During the 1930s, the residence was the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity house for Colby College. In 1944, the building was purchased by Gustave and Eva Veilleux and converted to Veilleux Funeral Home, which has served Waterville families ever since.
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