Funeral Home Happenings February 13. 2017


Written by Samantha Ward


Funeral directors and funeral home owners constantly strive to improve themselves for their community and the families they serve.


Unfortunately, they don’t often get the recognition they deserve. That’s why Frazer Consultants regularly features the accomplishments of funeral directors and funeral homes in our Funeral Home Happenings blog. See what your peers and colleagues have been up to lately!


Memorial Park Funeral Home Expands

Memorial Park Funeral Home in Gainesville, Georgia, is expanding its cremation services to help more families and accommodate pets as well.


Read more at Gainesville Times.


Tyler Schulz Speaks to Waupun Lions Club

Tyler Schulz, a funeral director with Werner-Harmsen Funeral Home in Waupun, Wisconsin, spoke to a group of the Waupun Lions Club about life as a funeral director.


Read more at Fond du Lac Reporter.


Mike and Kelly Hornung Buy the Brenneman Funeral Home and Cremation Services

After owning the funeral home for 17 years, Risk and Mellissa Brenneman have sold it to new owners Mike and Kelly Hornung, who will rename it Hornung Family Funeral Home.


Read more at Leader & Times.


Wayne McWilliams Serves as President of the Michigan Funeral Directors Association

Wayne McWilliams, the owner of the McWilliams Funeral Home in Alpena, Michigan, has served as the president of the Michigan Funeral Directors Association for the last 10 months.


Read more at The Alpena News.


Albert M. DeLucia Elected to Second Term

Albert M. DeLucia, vice president of Porto Funeral Homes in East Haven and West Haven, Connecticut, has been elected to serve a second term on the Connecticut Funeral Directors Association’s Executive Committee.


Read more at New Haven Register.


New Funeral Home Aims to Help Other Funeral Homes

Metro First Call, a new funeral home in Savage, Minnesota, serves other funeral homes when they get busy and aims to offer alkaline hydrolysis soon.


Read more at Savage Pacer.


R. Bernard Funeral Services Offers Drive-Through Viewing

R. Bernard Funeral Services in Memphis, Tennessee, offers a drive-through viewing experience for families.


Read more at Fox 13.


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