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 September!
At Ridley Funeral Home, all of their staff consider funeral service their vocation and life purpose. They want to give families the best service possible.
Their Service Options page lays out all the services they have to offer. Before even contacting the funeral home, families will have a nice overview of these services.
Families can find care and compassion when they need it most at Leaf Cremation. They recently changed their name from Georgia Cremation Centers to Leaf Cremation.
Their homepage has a unique layout that showcases their basic cremation services. Right away families see the price and all the services included in their Basic Leaf Cremation package.
Miller, Moster, Robbins Funeral Home, formerly known as Miller Funeral Home, has been serving the Connersville and Whitewater Valley areas for more than 73 years. They are excited to continue to provide quality care for years to come.
Families can access the most recent obituaries right from their homepage. There is a slider that automatically updates with the images of their latest obituaries. When they click on an image, they are taken to the deceased’s Tribute Wall where they can share a memory.
Anniston Memorial Funeral Home is dedicated to providing families in Calhoun County with the highest level of service possible. They strive to treat everyone with kindness, care, and consideration.
Their Preplan tab features an extensive Preplanning Checklist. This way, families can think about everything that goes into a funeral service before they have their preplan meeting.
Springer Turner Funeral Homes first started in 1890 and have been serving families in south-central Utah ever since. They are committed to their work and want to provide families with the best care.
With the Tribute Store, families can easily order flowers and have them sent to their loved one’s service. They can filter by style and price to get the exact funeral floral arrangement they’d like.
Back in 1918, the Stone Family opened what would become Tennant Funeral Home & Crematory today. The staff at the funeral home today are honored to be a part of the rich history of their community.
Under their Who We Are tab, there is a section for their facilities. Here they feature photos of the inside of their funeral home. This way families know what to expect before their first visit.
Throughout their history, Modetz Funeral Homes have continually provided great funeral service to Macomb, Orion, Rochester, Waterford, and Armada area families.
On their updated funeral home website, they included an Area Resources tab to inform families of all the accommodations in their area. Now families can easily find lodging, catering services, and places to eat in the area.
Their Testimonial page shows how much local families appreciate the thoughtful service Dee Funeral Home & Cremation Service provides.
On this page, families can easily submit a testimonial. By giving families a space to share their experience with your funeral home, you can continue to do what’s working and improve things families aren’t satisfied with.
The staff at Limestone Funeral Home is attentive to every detail and understands every family has its own set of faiths and customs. They do everything they can to serve everyone based on their unique wants and needs.
Their color scheme of turquoise, black, and white really makes everything stand out on their funeral home website. Their high-quality images also make it a great website to look at.