Davis Funeral Home

976 Phillips Ave High Point, NC 27262


  • Harold L Davis


    Leigh is a native of High Point and has been a licensed funeral director for 42 years. His father, Harold C. Davis, founded Davis Funeral Home. He is a graduate of High Point Central High School and Guilford College. Leigh has two sons and enjoys golf, boating and working around his home and yard.

  • Terry L Hames

    General Manager

  • Danielle S Boyette

    Funeral Director

    Originally from Greenville, South Carolina, Danielle moved to Winston-Salem with the purpose of serving families during their time of need. She attended the University of South Carolina where she studied biology and chemistry.

    Danielle began her college journey with the intent to study medicine but found her passion for helping people went beyond a medical lab. She then went on to study mortuary science at Piedmont Technical College.

    Danielle prides herself on not only providing a funeral service for grieving families, but delivering a celebration of life centered around remembering each loved one's personalities, hobbies and accomplishments.

  • James Adam Smith

    Funeral Director

    A native to Lexington, NC, James Smith has been serving the families of with our company for over 2 years. He graduated from Fayetteville Technical Community College with a degree in Funeral Service Education in 2015. James put his education and experience to work at Sechrest Funeral Service where he helps families during their time of need. James currently spends his time after work with this girlfriend of over four years; making a home for him and her. His hobbies include going to the movies, enjoying theatre shows, and live concerts. He also enjoys trips to the beach and mountains with his time affords it.

  • Carol Nance Lewallen

    Funeral Arranger

  • Sarah Christine White

    Funeral Director

    Sarah White is originally from Clemmons, North Carolina. She earned her Bachelor of Science in environmental science in 2005 from Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina.

    Before her days in funeral service, Sarah spent time at her local fire department as a Certified Level I & II Firefighter and Licensed EMT. Being a first responder exposed Sarah to different situations of people in need, including families who needed support when they had lost a loved one. This eventually sparked a passion and led to her beginning a career in funeral service in 2014.

    Sarah graduated in May 2016 with honors from Fayetteville Technical Community College with her diploma in funeral directing. Sarah is now a licensed funeral director in North Carolina. In her free time, Sarah enjoys spending time with her family, continuing her education, exercising, volunteering with her local fire department and attending High Point University basketball games.