At O.B. Davis Funeral Homes - Millers Place, we are committed to helping families create customized funeral and memorial services. We focus on your loved one’s passions to help memorialize the unique life that has meant so much to family and friends. Having served the Brookhaven community for over 150 years, we are honored to be a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral and cremation service providers.
- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
- Funeral Celebrants
- Multicultural Funerals
Convenient locations for you
The funeral and cremation services offered by our funeral home team are offered here—as well as our other locations in Centereach and Port Jefferson Station. We can also conduct memorial services at your place of worship, or other locations that are meaningful to you. In addition, we are able to assist with additional needs, such as flowers, memorial remembrances, monuments and inscriptions. We can also arrange any food and beverage needs through a 3rd-party caterer.
We invite you to visit our funeral home at 1001 NY-25A in Miller Place and meet our caring team. Please contact O.B. Davis Funeral Homes - Millers Place if you have an immediate need, or would like more information about our funeral and cremation services.
Believed to be among the oldest businesses on Long Island, O.B. Davis Funeral Homes has been serving the Miller Place and Brookhaven community since 1858. E.A. Raynor acquired the business from Ambrose T. King, the local undertaker and cabinet maker in the historic village of Port Jefferson.
Upon the death of E.A. Raynor in 1914, his partner Orlando B. Davis took sole ownership of the funeral home and served his community until his death in 1927. In 1935, his family incorporated the business and separated their undertaking services from the furniture business.
Seeing the need for a larger facility, and sticking to its roots of historic Port Jefferson, the Davis family relocated their business to its present-day location: the eminent Federalist-style building located at Nesconset Highway and Terryville Road in Port Jefferson Station.
A growing business
Upon the passing of Ronald Leroy Davis in 1972, the Davis Family sold the business to George M. Conway, a 3rd-generation funeral director from Jackson Heights, Queens. He took the opportunity to expand O.B. Davis Funeral Homes and acquired Regan, DiPaola Funeral Home in Centereach, New York.
The latest addition to the O.B. Davis namesake came in 1990 when the Conway Family opened its doors to the people of Miller Place, New York. In 1999, the Dignity Memorial® Network of funeral, cremation and cemetery providers welcomed O.B. Davis Funeral Homes into its family.
Honoring our legacy
With more than 150 years of serving so many Long Island communities at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes, we carry on the fine tradition of our past heritage. We promise to continue to embrace the value of tradition, compassion and personal care that has earned us the honorable reputation that now precedes us today.