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 December and January!
Located in Pierre, South Dakota, Feigum Funeral Home has a long history in their community dating back to 1927. Today, they’re honored to continue to serve their area families and look forward to many more years to come.
Families can quickly locate their loved one’s obituary, since the most recent obituaries are conveniently located at the top of their homepage. They also have an Obituaries page that families can visit.
Founded back in 1896, Royston Funeral Home has been serving the Marshall and Middleburg, Virginia areas for many decades. They’re honored to be a part of their community’s rich history.
To help families from out of town, they have a Local Information page under their Resources tab. It’s filled with lodging, restaurants, and several other recommendations. They also list helpful funeral planning links about benefits, social security, and more.
Based in Columbus, Texas, Henneke Funeral Home has been serving their community for many years. They pride themselves on embracing family traditions, creating personalized services, providing affordable costs, and making it easy to preplan.
To help make online funeral planning a little easier, they have all their monuments listed on their website, along with service options and more. They also have a convenient online planner.
Woyasz & Son Funeral Service, Inc. is located in Norwich and Montville, Connecticut. For more than 60 years, they’ve been serving their area families. Their mission is to “create a place where people of any background and any walk of life can come and find a connection to humanity through the gift of the funeral service.”
Their website background colors, imagery, buttons, and more all have a calming blue color scheme, so families will feel more at ease when browsing their website.
Located in Cameron, Texas, Marek-Burns-Laywell Funeral Home dates to 1908. On their History page, families can get an inside look at how their funeral home started out and got to where it is today.
On their Grief Support page, families can sign up for a grief email subscription and learn about other helpful grief tools.
Burke Mortuary in Maiden and Newton, North Carolina has been locally-owned and operated for many years. Their vision is that “we say what we mean and mean what we say.” So families know that they’re in good hands when working with their staff.
Located in Joliet, Illinois, Farkas Funeral Home has a long tradition of serving their community, which goes all the way back to 1852. They pride themselves on providing excellent services to their area families.
Their COVID-19 page addresses any concerns families may have about funeral planning during the pandemic. They cover the safety measures they’re taking and the rules that funeral guests need to follow.
Mortimer Funeral Home in Greenville, Mississippi was established in 1903 and purchased by the Mortimer family in 1978. Today, they’re proud to serve their area families and plan to be a part of their community for many more years to come.
Under their Services tab, families can find information about all types of funeral services that they offer. Whether it’s a burial or cremation service, a service for honoring a veteran, or ways to cope with the loss of a pet.
Based in Erie, Pennsylvania, Dusckas-Taylor Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc. has a history going back to 1946. The founder C.J. “Gus” Dusckas was known for his compassion and attention to detail, which are standards that the funeral home continues to follow to this day.
To make things easier for families, they can conveniently order funeral and sympathy flowers on the funeral home’s website. There’s a link right on their homepage, as well as on their loved one’s obituary.
With more than 100 years of committed service, Hathaway & Clark Funeral Home, Inc. is proud to serve the Louisville, Kentucky area families. They were established in 1901 and are their city’s oldest African American owned funeral home.
With their online payment center, families can explore different options for paying for their loved one’s funeral, such as with a credit card or loan.