In 1951, with wonderful compassion and great vision, Dorothy and Gregory Doyle established the first funeral home in the Devon section of Milford. Young and idealistic, the couple had a single goal, caring for the deceased with respect and dignity and, above all, with compassion for the grieving family. More than half a century has passed and the area has seen countless changes, but the Gregory F. Doyle Funeral Home, the third generation family-owned and-operated business, knows what it takes to respond to family’s need in their time of loss. The Doyle Funeral Home continues its commitment to Dorothy and Gregory’s ideals and remains steadfast in their dedication to Devon, Milford and the surrounding communities.
Moriah Doyle Britt, granddaughter of the founders of the Gregory F. Doyle Funeral Home, has joined in the family business after the sudden death of her mother, Colleen Doyle Britt. Moriah is maintaining the high-level of care and service that the Gregory F. Doyle Funeral Home has exhibited in Milford for over fifty-five years.
Moriah is both caring and experienced. She understands intuitively the level of attention families require when going through the difficult stages of grief. “Growing up in the area, it feels good to be able to serve the local communities and be there for those who were there for me growing up,” says Moriah Doyle. The Gregory F. Doyle Funeral Home has built a 60-year tradition of serving the communities they call home.