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 May and June.
Hope Memorial Chapel
Hope Memorial Chapel in Biddeford, Maine has a lineage that dates back more than 120 years. In 1993, three funeral homes merged to create Hope Memorial Chapel, with one of the funeral homes first opening around 1890. You can see a full timeline of their funeral home’s story on their History page.
For those who are interested in donating their body to science, Hope Memorial Chapel has been working with the University of New England’s Body Donation program since 1976. If families want to learn more about it, they conveniently have an Anatomical Donation webpage with more details.
Geils Funeral Home
Based in Bensenville and Wood Dale, Illinois, Geils Funeral Home got its start in 1898. Today, their mission is to make funeral planning as easy, comfortable, and respectful as possible for families of all ethnic and religious backgrounds.
On their blog, families can learn about funeral planning tips, upcoming events at their funeral home, and more. Their website also has other educational resources, such as a webpage about funeral etiquette.
Ahern Funeral Home, Inc
Located in Hartford and Unionville, Connecticut, Ahern Funeral Home, Inc was founded in 1886. With more than 135 years serving their area families, they’re committed to giving their families the best funeral services possible.
On their homepage, their families are greeted with images of their facilities, along with easy-to-access links for finding their loved one’s obituary, sending memorial gifts, learning about the services they offer, and more.
Emmerson Barlett Memorial Chapel
Emmerson Barlett Memorial Chapel, with two locations in Redlands and Yucaipa, California, is family owned and operated and has been serving their communities for about 80 years. They’re honored to be an important part of their community’s rich history and plan to be a part of it for many more years.
Their families can begin the funeral planning process from the comfort of their own homes with their online planner tool. With this tool, they can easily enter information about their loved one, funeral service details, special requests, and more.
Thompson Funeral Home
Based in Bloomer, Wisconsin, Thompson Funeral Home has been serving their area families since 1993. The current owner, Matt Thompson, purchased the funeral home in 2013. Their mission is to make sure that the families they serve have everything they need to create the perfect funeral service or celebration of life to honor their loved one.
With their payment center, their families can pay for the funeral expenses online, whether they want to make the payment in full or want to make payments over time.
Keith Smith Funeral Services
Located in Allendale, South Carolina, Keith Smith Funeral Services has been serving their community and the surrounding area for more than 60 years. Their staff is committed to making the funeral planning process as easy as possible for families during a difficult time.
While funeral planning, many families have a lot of questions, especially if they’re planning for the first time. That’s why their website has an FAQs page to answer families’ frequently asked questions.
Muir Funeral Home
Muir Funeral Home in Romeo and Imlay City, Michigan has been helping families plan funeral and cremation services since 1908. To give their families the best service possible, they “believe that every family who calls on us, deserve the best, at a price within their budget.”
Their website makes it easy for families to find their contact information, as they have their phone number on their homepage, in the menu bar, on the footer, and in several other easy-to-find places.
Ideal Funeral Parlor
Located in Florence, South Carolina, Ideal Funeral Parlor has been serving their community since 1939. They pride themselves in being a key pillar of support in the African-American community and giving their families gentle, genuine service to make funeral planning as simple as possible.
Their community can read for themselves why families are choosing them for their funeral needs. On their Testimonials page, people can browse family testimonials or submit a testimonial about their own positive experience with the funeral home.
Hoggard & Sons Funeral Home
Based in Piggott, Arkansas, Hoggard & Sons Funeral Home was founded in 1971 by the Hoggard family. With the loss of their founder Gerald Hoggard and one of their sons, Sherrell, the Hoggard family truly understands what families are going through when they lose a loved one.
When faced with a loss, many families don’t know where to start. With their website’s Where to Begin page, it breaks down the step-by-step process for families to follow after a loved one’s passing.
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