At Frazer Consultants, we create websites that funeral homes are proud of. Since we have the best clients out there, we decided to start a monthly blog that highlights some of our newest clients’ funeral home websites and upgrades of our current clients’ funeral home websites.
Check out our clients’ new funeral home websites and upgrades for the month of May!
Laughlin Service Funeral Home & Crematory has been serving the Huntsville community for over 150 years. To help their community, they are awarding over $54,000 in grants to local non-profit organizations — truly giving back to the families they work with.
This business-savvy funeral home has integrated e-commerce on their website by offering Legacy Touch Keepsakes to families. Now families can get their loved one’s fingerprint engraved into a one-of-a-kind keepsake.
This family-owned funeral home has served thousands of families throughout their history. They offer personalized services whether families choose burial or cremation.
When it comes to preplanning, their website has all the information families need. From a preplanning checklist to an online preplanning form, families can easily plan their funeral service.
Since 1863, the Williams-Kampp Funeral Home has been a part of their community’s rich history. They have a passion for serving local families and strive to provide a peaceful and soothing environment for them to gather.
Ordering flowers and other gifts has never been easier for family members of the deceased. They can easily access the Tribute Store on this funeral home’s homepage, choose who the flowers are for, and shop from a wide variety of beautiful options from local florists.
Henderson Funeral Home is one of the few family-owned funeral homes in DeSoto County, Mississippi. They’ve been serving their community since 1958 and plan to do so for many more years to come!
Their website catches your attention right away with a video banner that shows the funeral home’s facilities. This is one of many ways funeral homes can utilize the personalization Frazer-powered websites offer.
This funeral home serves their families with dignity, honor, and respect. They designed their funeral home with accessibility in mind and even have a children’s play area.
They used their homepage to showcase their core values: Dignity, Honor, and Respect. The sunset header image invites families to further explore the services Parker-Reedy Funeral Home has to offer.
As fifth generation funeral directors and owners, the staff at Leavitt Funeral Services and Crematory pride themselves in a rich tradition of helping families in their community during their time of need.
Their brand-new website showcases all of the services and products they offer. They clearly believe in transparent business, since they list all of their casket, urn, and keepsake prices right on their website — a great way to utilize e-commerce integration!
Paul Thomas Funeral Home & Cremation Service has a reputation for providing quality services to the Miami and Commerce area. They opened their doors in 1948 and are going strong.
On their upgraded-website, families can easily access their loved one’s obituary and even share it to their social media page.
This funeral home is made up of dedicated staff who are available to offer support, compassion, and information to help families through their journey of grief and the celebration of their loved one’s life.
Their upgraded website makes it easier than ever to find contact information, a loved one’s obituary, and helpful resources.
Since 1931, Fanning Funeral Home has been serving McDowell County, West Virginia. Their staff members provide quality care and offer support during a family’s time of need.
Their website has a form for families to enter their email address to sign up for 365 Days of Healing — a daily email that helps them cope, heal, and grieve. It’s just another way their funeral home can show they care about their families’ wellbeing.