The history of Spring Hill dates back to 1785 when the first settlers moved in from the Cumberland settlement into an area six miles east of Nashville called Haysboro. Today, Spring Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery is one of the most beautiful landmarks of Nashville. Its wide open spaces dotted with majestic trees and beautiful flower gardens offer tranquility and beauty not only to the families it serves, but to the community as a whole.

Spring Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery, was voted Top 3 Funeral Homes in Nashville, TN. After a detail inspection of cost, trust, history, ratings, and customer satisfaction, Spring Hill was awarded a 5- star review.


I wish to give a special thanks to the two ladies that hosted the visitation for David Evett's Monday night. Donna and Ernie went above and beyond in making sure that every need was met. They had a very comforting demeanor and seemed to instinctively know how to have a presence of peace. I have been there numerous times for other funerals and have been... Read More

Carol Howald

Everyone I dealt with concerning my sister's cremation was great. Alexandria Holt, Funeral Director, and David Thain, Family Service Director were so nice and respectful of my feelings during this very trying time. They took as much time as I needed and helped me with decisions I had to make. Jim Jones, and Bill Cruz, the two gentlemen that placed her in... Read More

Gale Marshall

I want to let you all know how much you helped us when my Mother-in-law, Edna Manley passed away. It is very hard to think of everything at a time when your heart is broken. Your staff was excellent, caring and professional in everyway, even down to helping me remember some of the names of certain people. I want to personally thank, Scott, Alex H., Carl and... Read More

Debbie Manely