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Frazer Consultants is thankful for funeral directors

by | Nov 23, 2016 | Funeral Profession

The word Thankful spelled with paper

As Thanksgiving nears, we wanted to take the time to show our appreciation.

The Frazer Consultants family is grateful for getting the opportunity to work alongside some of the best in the funeral industry. We are thankful that we get to work together with funeral directors every day, providing solutions and support to help you serve those who are experiencing a difficult time in their lives. We are inspired by the dedication, compassion, and hope you bring to the families you serve in your communities.

Here are just some of the reasons we wanted to say thanks:

Sam — Marketing Manager

“From working at Frazer, I’ve discovered just how demanding it is to work as a funeral director. Funeral directors work all hours of the day and night and sacrifice time with their families, all while trying to help run a business, and yet they never think twice about what they are doing because they know it matters. At the end of the day, virtually all funeral directors will tell you that it was all worth it because they got to help someone. I have a lot of respect for that, and I’m thankful that there are people out there who care that much. It’s a pleasure to work with them.”

Jacob — Writer

“I’m thankful to get the opportunity to hear and share their stories. Funeral directors always have some of the most fascinating insights and stories to tell. It really shows that they care about what they are doing and the families they are helping.”

Renee — Consultant

“I’m continually impressed by the level of passion. It’s refreshing to work with people who genuinely care, and I see that reflected in my day-to-day talks with funeral directors. Not only the compassion for their work or funeral home, but the deep level of compassion they provide families in their time of need is truly amazing.”

Adam — Consultant

“I think with working with funeral directors, there’s definitely a lot to be thankful for. I’ve gotten to know a lot of them from simply talking to them each day. They are hardworking, passionate, driven, and above all, have a great sense of humor. I know it’s not an easy job, but a lot of funeral directors make it look and sound easy. They make such a difference in the lives of the families they work with and I’m happy to get the opportunity to work with them.”

Katie — Designer

“I’m inspired by how invested funeral directors are to their community. I get to hear some great stories about how they take the time to personally assists families, or host fundraisers or dinners to help raise support for a good cause. I’ve heard numerous stories from funeral directors about raising scholarships or partnering with volunteer organizations. It’s great to work with people who love what they do.”

Nastassja — Designer

“They have been some of the nicest people I’ve gotten to work with. Working on projects with them is always a pleasure, they care about the little things and it’s fun to collaborate together. I’m glad I get to be a part of a team that can help assist funeral directors in their work. I think they have both one of the most important and probably hardest jobs out there. And I’m very thankful for all that they do.”

From the Frazer family to yours, we want to wish you all a happy Thanksgiving and holiday season.

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