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 June and July!
Austin Funeral & Cremation Services, LCC has been serving the Brentwood, Tennessee area for many years, and they look forward to many more years to come.
Their website has an informative Preplan tab for families looking to preplan a loved one’s funeral or their own. For example, they have two planning guides, a checklist, and a convenient online planner.
Based in Luzerne, Pennsylvania, Betz-Jastremski Funeral Home has been serving their community for more than 100 years. They’re honored to be a part of its rich history.
In their Resources tab, families can find helpful information about grief support, including their grief email subscription.
The employees at Collier Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Benton, Kentucky prides themselves in providing excellent service with the highest integrity. They have a long history in the funeral profession, with being established in 1952.
On their homepage, families are informed right away the steps they’re taking during the COVID-19 pandemic to keep everyone safe.
Based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Barbara Falowki Funeral & Cremation Services has been serving their community since 1998. Their employees are constantly going the extra mile for their client families to create meaningful funeral experiences.
Families can conveniently order funeral products and memorial items from their website, such as sympathy flowers and urns if they chose cremation.
The history of Gibson-Bode Funeral Home & Cremation Services, with locations in Port Bryon and Erie, Illinois, dates to 1866. Today, they’re still committed to serving their communities.
On their homepage, families can easily click to read their testimonials or share their own feedback. This way, they can learn what makes their funeral home special.
Oolman Funeral Homes was established in 1932, and today, they have multiple locations in Orange City, Hull, and Hospers, Iowa.
In their About Us tab, families can learn more about the history of their funeral home and read employee bios to get to know them better.
Based in Harrah, Oklahoma, Asa Smith Parks Brothers Funeral Service started out as a hardware store in 1913. Today, they continue to carry out their legacy and serve their families.
Death is hard for anyone to process, but even more confusing for children and teenagers. In their Grief & Healing tab, families can find advice for helping them cope.
Gallant-Riverview Funeral Home in Fayetteville, Tennessee has been serving their community since 1952 and plan to be a part of it for many more years.
The calming blue color scheme throughout their website in the imagery, menu bars, buttons, and more helps give grieving families some comfort during a difficult time of loss.
Based in Chicago, Illinois, Brookins Funeral Home was established in 1970. Today, they pride themselves in serving families with dignity and respect.
For families honoring a veteran, they have a webpage filled with tips and resources for planning a service that honors their life and dedication to serving our country.
Scott-Morris Funeral Home in Nocona, Texas has been serving their area families for many years. Their motto is “Serving our community with dignity.”
With their online payment center, families have multiple funeral payment options, such as credit card processing and loans.