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 June!
Founded back in 1890, Fairmount Funeral Home, Cemetery & Crematory is honored to serve the Denver, Colorado area.
Under their Who We Are tab, families can view stunning photos of their facility’s arboretum. This is the perfect place to honor a loved one.
Fairmount Funeral Home’s beautiful event hall Quebec Place provides families a meaningful place to host a memorial service, wedding, or another significant life event.
Their Venue tab gives families an inside look at what their event can look at like the Quebec Place, whether it’s an anniversary celebration, birthday party, or another get-together.
Ronald John Arndt opened Arndt Funeral Home in 1975 and has been serving the Rochester, New York area ever since.
Their purple color scheme is incorporated throughout the website in their background colors, the flower images, button colors, and more to give families a visually-appealing user experience.
With four Kentucky funeral home locations and more than 100 years of service, Dobbling, Muehlenkamp-Erschell Funeral Homes, Inc. is dedicated to serving their families.
Their detailed Preplanning tab includes reasons to plan ahead, a preplanning checklist, and even an online preplanning form to make things easy for families and the funeral home’s staff.
Since 1855, Lane Family Funeral Homes has been serving families throughout Ohio. Today, they have twelve locations for their funeral homes and event centers.
In their Services tab, they lay out all the options for families. They have detailed information about payment options, green burial options, ways to personalize a funeral service, and more.
For more than 100 years, Brooks & White Funeral Home and Crematory has been serving the Roxboro, North Carolina area and is proud to be a part of their community’s history.
Their Resources tab provides families many ways to grieve their loss, such as the 365 Days of Healing email subscription.
Miller Funeral Home is proud to serve the Tallapoosa, Georgia area and plans to do so for many more years to come.
Their History tab gives families a sneak peek into their long-lasting history in the community, including some images of old newspaper articles featuring their funeral home. A truly unique way to show your funeral home’s history and dedication to the community.
Schaudt’s Funeral Service and Cremation Care has three locations in Oklahoma and values connecting with their community members.
When viewing their website, you first see their beautiful banner video that showcases their funeral home and their community. This is a great way to give families an inside look at what your funeral home is all about.
Lewis Brothers Funeral Chapel has been serving the Palmyra, Missouri area for many years. They’re honored to be a meaningful part of their community.
Their collection of hero photos gives families an inside look of how their funeral home has progressed throughout the years, from photos of old hearses to their funeral home’s facility.
For more than 22 years, Puente & Sons Funeral Chapels has served to San Antonio, Texas area with their two funeral home locations.
Their Services tab gives families all the information they need when funeral planning, such as the service types and prices.