We invite you to discover what has made Swicegood-Barker Funeral Homes the ultimate provider of creating healing experiences in the Danville community. This website contains the heritage, vision, and the people behind Swicegood-Barker Funeral Home's reputation of quality, sincerity, and trust.
Our funeral services and packages are designed keeping in mind the families in mourning, faced with the responsibility of a finding a final resting place for their loved one. Swicegood-Barker Funeral Home offers solutions that ensure peace of mind for you and your loved ones. Whether you are planning your own future, are a decision maker for someone else, or are carrying out someone’s wishes, we offer affordable solutions during this difficult time.
The staff members of Swicegood-Barker Funeral Home will guide your family in creating a meaningful ceremony to honor the life and memory of your loved one. A ceremony can be anything you wish it to be: simple or elaborate, traditional or unique. No matter how it's tailored, such a ceremony is an important step in recovering from your loss.
Our knowledgeable staff is available to help with all your needs in a prompt and professional manner with service that comes from a friendly neighbor all at an affordable price.
In Loving Memory
Mr. George Davis
Mr. Davis was born on October 14, 1929, in Pittsylvania County, VA, a son of the late Hugh Davis and Mary Draper Davis. George was raised in the Brosville community where he worked on his family’s farm. After high school, he attended Ferrum College where he played baseball for two years. George served his country in the US Army National Guard from May 1951 until December 1952. George then started his career in funeral service. He started working for his aunt at McKee Funeral Home and then went on to work at Colbert Funeral Home in Gretna for a short time. In 1964, George earned is Funeral Directors license and then came to Swicegood Funeral Home where he served as a Funeral Director and a Vice President. George was a faithful and dedicated member Swicegood-Barker Funeral Home and continued to work until his health wouldn’t allow him. He was married to Judy Ware Davis who preceded him in death and was a member of Fairview United Methodist Church. He enjoyed watching many different sports, especially baseball and football.
Dr. Charles Scearce was a valued employee of Swicegood-Barker for over 30 years. He was a dedicated co worker and a friend to all who knew him. Charles will be greatly missed.
11/27/1934 - 12/09/2022