Veilleux Funeral Home is devoted to exceeding expectations through thoughtful planning of funeral and memorial services. For more than 70 years, we've helped families in Waterville, Maine, create services that truly reflect their loved ones.
- Catered Receptions
- Event Space
- Funeral Celebrants
- Multicultural Funerals
Our Waterville funeral home
Our beautiful funeral home features 1900s-era architecture adorned with attractive furnishings, remarkable stained-glass windows and ornate fireplaces. From the moment you walk in, we'll treat you like a member of the family and guide you through every step of planning a service, either for yourself or a loved one. Our professional team provides families with exceptional care and also offers French-speaking capabilities.
Tell your story
Our team believes everyone has a story to tell, and we will tell your story by customizing the service of your choosing. Whether you choose a traditional funeral, a cremation and intimate memorial, a unique celebration of life or a veteran's funeral with military honors, we are confident you will find the perfect tribute to a life well lived. Our families can celebrate their loved one with obituaries, photos, videos and themes that showcase their passions and individuality.
Committed to you
As a locally operated funeral home in Waterville, we remain committed to our community. We understand the needs of grieving families and friends and will be there before, during and long after the process. Everyone at Veilleux Funeral Home looks forward to continuing our tradition of quality funeral and memorial services.
For more than 70 years our Waterville team has treated each family like our own. We warmly welcome all families and consider it an honor to offer guidance through the entire funeral planning process. Please contact us to learn more about our services.
Veilleux Funeral Home has long provided meaningful burial and cremation services for families in Kennebec County. In 1880, what is now Veilleux Funeral Home was the home of the Honorable Cyrus W. Davis, who ran the investment firm of Davis and Smith. In 1904, Davis founded and served as the principal owner of the Waterville Sentinel, one of Maine’s leading democratic daily newspapers.
During the 1930s, the residence operated as 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.