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A funeral home for the community
Our professional staff and facilities continue to provide a place of comfort and help all families in the Austin area. Cook-Walden proudly represents the Dignity Memorial® network and offers options that meet the needs of everyone in our community.
Dedicated to our community, the Cook-Walden Davis Funeral Home supports several area programs. We facilitate the local Dignity Memorial® LIFT Program, bringing widows and widowers together for outings. We are involved in the Georgetown and Georgetown Morning Rotary Clubs and serve as Georgetown Chamber of Commerce members. We organize donations to Honor Flight, the Boy Scouts of America, Williamson County Children's Advocacy Center, Seeds of Strength and Caring Place in Georgetown as well as hosting Christmas toy drives in honor of Colton Turner.
We honor veterans
At Cook-Walden Davis Funeral Home, we understand the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families. As a Level Three Founding Community Partner with We Honor Veterans, our staff is knowledgeable in the benefits available to veterans and their families. With respect, integrity and dignity, we will walk you through the steps of creating a veteran's memorial service that truly honors the life and sacrifice of your loved one.
In 1911 Davis Funeral Home opened at the corner of 7th and Main in Georgetown to serve central Texas families. As the business grew, the funeral home relocated to 601 Austin Avenue, where it remained for decades.
During those years, Davis Funeral Home was known for its ambulance service providing emergency medical care and trained technicians to the community. Following the Great Depression, they introduced yet another innovation, their Burial Association—a low-cost insurance plan designed to protect a family’s hard-earned savings in the event of a death.
In 1973, the Davis Funeral Home relocated to its current site at 2900 Williams Drive, where the beautiful brick Colonial building stands as a constant reminder of the Davis legacy.
Charles Walden purchased the funeral home from the Davis family in 1978, and changed the name to Cook-Walden Davis Funeral Home in 1996. Today, the Cook-Walden Davis Funeral Home proudly offers families in the Greater Georgetown area an ever-growing array of exclusive benefits and services.
Cook-Walden Davis Funeral Home looks forward to serving the Georgetown and Austin communities for many years to come. Please call or stop by to learn more about our services.