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 from fall 2021.
Located in East Providence, Rhode Island, Perry-McStay Funeral Home dates to October 1941 when Mr. Joseph Perry founded the funeral home. Today, they’re proud to be a part of their community’s rich history and look forward to many more years serving their area families.
To help families as they grieve their loss, they have a collection of helpful grief resources on their Grief Support webpage. Here, families can find articles, books, and more to help them navigate their loss.
Based in Goldsboro, North Carolina, Haskins Memorial Services, Inc. strives to provide their families with compassionate, dignified services. As their founder Rev. Ernie Haskins said, “We may have several funerals today but, remember, the families we are serving only have one.”
Their Preplan tab makes it easy for families to preplan their funeral wishes, as they can learn why it’s important to plan ahead, view a preplanning checklist, and even start the process with their online preplanning form.
Poole Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Woodstock, Georgia has been serving their local families since 2016. Their founder Brian Poole worked in the funeral profession for 24 years and then decided to start his own funeral home in 2016.
When viewing their homepage, their community can see right away why other families are choosing this funeral home to care for their loved one. They can click through the testimonials to read about other families’ positive experiences working with their staff members.
Located in Victoria, Texas, Gracious Paws Tribute Center has been serving their area families for years. They understand the importance animals have in our lives and hearts and are dedicated to caring for families and individuals who experience the death of their pet.
When families are funeral planning for their pets, they don’t need to guess about the costs. On their Service Pricing webpage, they can see a breakdown of the cost and even download their general price list for more information.
Based in York, Pennsylvania, John W. Keffer Funeral Homes and Crematory, Inc. began in 1966. Today, their staff continues to provide their families with the professional and dignified services they deserve.
Families can quickly locate their loved one’s obituary on their homepage, or they can navigate to the Obituaries tab of their website. This way, it’s easy to find and one less thing for them to stress about as they grieve their loss.
Located in Grand Ledge, Michigan, the history of Mills Funeral Home – Peters & Murray Chapel began in 1922 when Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith purchased Smith Funeral Home. After a few ownership and name changes, today the staff at this funeral home is honored to continue to support their community in their time of need.
For family and friends wishing to send flowers to express their condolences, they can easily do this with the Send Flowers button on their homepage. It’s conveniently located on their loved one’s obituary, as well.
Dickinson Family Funeral Homes & Crematory began in 1955 when Donald D. Dickinson established it. Today, three generations of the Dickison family have run the funeral home, and they have multiple Wisconsin locations.
Through their online payment center, families can conveniently pay for their loved one’s funeral expenses, preneed arrangements, and more online.
Based in Union, New Jersey, Union Funeral Home – Lytwyn & Grillo dates to 1936 when Myron Lytwyn founded the funeral home. Today, two of Lytwyn’s grandsons operate the business.
Their Services tab provides a detailed breakdown of the different types of funeral services and end-of-life arrangements they provide, such as traditional funeral services, celebrations of life, green burials, cremation, and more.
Located in Fairfield, Connecticut, the staff at Shaughnessey Banks Funeral Home is committed to giving their families the support, compassion, and direction they need as they honor their loved one and grieve their loss. This is evident through their 10 times receiving the National Pursuit of Excellence Award from NFDA.
To accommodate families who live out of town or wish to plan the funeral and/or attend it virtually for safety concerns or other reasons, they have their virtual funeral options listed in their Video Services tab.
Carlson Holmquist-Sayles Funeral Home & Crematory in Joliet, Illinois has been family-owned and operated since 1926. Their philosophy is to treat their families as they would want to be treated.
To help guide families as they navigate their grief during this difficult time, they have a booklet “Grieving Alone & Together.” Families can call them to get their own free copy.
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