At Frazer Consultants, we create websites that funeral homes are proud of. Since we have the best clients out there, we want to highlight some of our clients’ new funeral home websites and upgrades of our current clients’ funeral home websites.
Check out some of our clients’ new funeral home websites and upgrades for the months of August and September!
The employees at Levingston Funeral Home in Groves and Port Neches, Texas take great pride in what they do. They believe that the success of any business requires dedication and professionalism, as well as kindness, compassion, and attention to detail.
The calming blue color scheme used throughout their website gives families a sense of comfort during their difficult time of loss.
With serving the Moline, Illinois area for many years, the Cremation Society of the Quad Cities is honored to be a part of their community’s rich history and look forward to many more years to come.
Families don’t have to guess the prices since they have their cremation package prices at the top of their homepage. With more funeral planning happening online, families will appreciate this convenience.
Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home in Warsaw, New York was established in 1991. Today, they continue to serve their families with professionalism and as trusted guides through their grief journeys.
Their Obituaries page provides families with a meaningful online memorial experience. For example, they can send flowers, leave a condolence message, and subscribe to receive obituary notifications.
Carolina Pet Crematory in Greenville and Kinston, North Carolina believes that pets are members of the family and should be honored like so. They treat every pet in their care with the highest level of compassion, dignity, and respect.
Their Grief Support page is filled with helpful resources for families who are grieving the loss of a pet. With this information, families can find healthy ways to grieve their loss.
With a history dating back to 1941, Van Dyk – Duven Funeral Home in Pella, Iowa has been serving their community for many years. Today, they continue to provide their families with meaningful funeral experiences.
With the video on their homepage, families can see right away that they’re open to creating as unique of funeral services as possible. This way, the ceremony is as unique as the life being honored.
The staff at Barnes-Rice Funeral Home in Rockville, Indiana provides their families with the support, compassion, and information they need while grieving their loss.
On their FAQ page, families can find to answers to frequently asked questions about planning a funeral. This saves their staff time from repeatedly answering the same questions and gives families a basic understanding of how funerals work before beginning the planning process.
Family owned and operated since 1912, Jackson-Brooks Funeral Home in Aiken, South Carolina is proud to serve their area families with grace and compassion.
On their Testimonials page, families can read about the positive experiences other families have had with their funeral home. This way, they know their loved one is in good hands.
Benton County Funeral Home in Rogers, Arkansas prides themselves in making their facility feel like a second home to their client families. Their goal is to create a place for peace, comfort, and warmth.
Their homepage is designed with families in mind, as they can quickly access their loved one’s obituary and information about the funeral home’s service options.
John J. Buettgen Funeral Home in Schofield and Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin has been serving their area families for many years. Their staff is committed to serving their families with a high standard of care and sensitivity.
With their online payment center, families can securely pay for the funeral expenses online. As we practice social distancing, this is a convenient feature.
The employees at Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, LLC with multiple locations in New York are committed to serving their area families and respecting their requests and traditions.
Funerals can be difficult situations to navigate, so they have a list of etiquette tips on their website. This way, families know how to properly pay their respects at the funeral service.