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Unfortunately, they don’t often get the recognition they deserve. That’s why Frazer Consultants regularly features the accomplishments of funeral directors and funeral homes in our Funeral Home Happenings blog. See what your peers and colleagues have been up to lately!
Florida Funeral Home Plans Open House
Bevis Funeral Home will host an open house for their new facility. The new funeral home spans over 12,000 square feet, has a 300-seat chapel, and modern amenities for today’s families.
Read more at Tallahassee Democrat.
Jackson Lytle & Lewis Life Celebration Center Collecting Coats
Jackson Lytle & Lewis Life Celebration Center will host their 6th annual Warm Coats Warm Hearts Coat Drive to help make winter warmer for those in need. The funeral home is collecting new and used coats, sweaters, gloves, hats, and anything to help keep those in need warm. Those interested can drop off donations at 2425 North Limestone St., Springfield, Ohio.
To learn more, visit the funeral home’s community events page.
Las Vegas Funeral Home Offering Free Cremation
La Paloma Funeral Services has partnered with the county commissioner to help pay for the funeral costs of victims in the recent mass shooting near Mandalay Bay Casino. The funeral home also will offer free cremation at no costs to the victims’ families.
Read more at KVVU-TV.
New Funeral Home Opens in Boiling Springs
Robert Morgan Funeral & Cremation Service recently opened its doors to the community of Boiling Springs, North Carolina. The new funeral home has two visitation rooms and a state-of-the-art embalming facility.
Read more at Shelby Star.
Funeral Director Receives Promotion
Alexis Mueller, who works at Frank Duca Funeral Home in Pennsylvania, was recently promoted to funeral director and supervisor of operations.
Read more at Tribune-Democrat.