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 February and March!
Adams Funeral Home in Ozark and Nixa, Missouri dates to 1962 when it was first established in Ozark. It has been in the family for three generations, and they look forward to many more years to come serving their communities.
With their online payment center, families can securely pay for funeral arrangements online. Not only is this more convenient, but it also keeps everyone safe as we practice social distancing.
Based in Hollywood, Florida, Sunflower Cremation prides itself on providing families with the highest quality care and service possible. Their goal is to lighten the burden as families grieve the loss of their loved ones.
Their website design truly reflects the “sunflower” part of their name, as you can find hints of gold and green throughout their website.
Located in Glen Rock, Pennsylvania, Geiple-Predicce Funeral and Cremation Services, Inc. is the oldest family-owned funeral home in their county. The funeral home was established back in 1880.
Their Preplan tab is a great resource for families looking to preplan their wishes. In the tab, they can learn the importance of preplanning, reference a preplanning checklist, and then start the process through their online planner when they’re ready.
McWilliams Funeral Home, Inc. is located in Alpena, Michigan. They have a long history in their funeral home’s community, as it first opened in 1940.
Instead of feeling in the dark about the funeral costs, their website lays it all out with their convenient funeral and cremation packages that families can choose from.
With multiple Ohio locations, Crates Funeral & Cremation Services has been serving their area families for many years. They’re honored to be an important part of their communities’ rich history.
On their website, family and friends can conveniently order funeral and sympathy flowers directly from their loved one’s obituary.
Based in Mansfield, Ohio, Herlihy Funeral Home has a longstanding history dating to 1925. Today, they’re proud to be a fourth-generation family-owned funeral home and look forward to many more years of serving their area families.
When first visiting their website, families know right away that they’re taking COVID-19 precautions. Their homepage has a message about the pandemic and what they’re doing to keep families safe.
Located in Indianapolis and Greenwood, Indiana Funeral Care has been serving their communities since 2001. Their goal is to provide their families with “affordable, worry-free cremation services.”
Families can read for themselves why others trust Indiana Funeral Care to plan their loved one’s funeral service. On their homepage and Testimonials page, families can read testimonials to learn about other families’ funeral experiences.
Zacherl Funeral Home, Inc. in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin has been serving their community since 1857. Today, they’re honored to still be a part of their community’s history and plan to be a part of it for many more years.
Their Resources tab can help families plan the funeral that their loved one deserves, as well as cope with their loss. It includes a list of information that the funeral home needs to complete the arrangements, grief resources, and more.
Matterly-Davis Funeral Home in Cushing, Oklahoma was established in 1920. Their staff believes that everyone has a story to tell, so they’re honored to help families plan funeral services to honor their loved ones’ legacies.
For families who live out of town, they can check out their website’s Local Information page that includes the addresses of their local airport, hotels, and restaurants.
Located in Waycross, Georgia, Music Funeral Home has a long history of serving its community. The funeral home was purchased by Rodney A. Music in 1993, and they have completely renovated the facility.
For families who are honoring a veteran, they can check out their webpage that includes information about veteran benefits, including eligibility, traditional honors, and more.
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