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!
Ohio Funeral Home Hosts Flag Retirement Ceremony
DeJohn Funeral Home will host their annual Flag Retirement and Remembrance Ceremony. The ceremony will include a picnic, public flag retirement, and a special ceremony to honor local veterans.
Read more at the News-Herald.
Funeral Director Named President-Elect
Rusty Preston of Paintsville Funeral Homes was recently named president-elect of the Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky. Preston has more than 30 years of experience serving his community.
Read more at the Paintsville Herald.
South Carolina Funeral Home Gives Grant
J.F. Floyd Mortuary donated a $1,000 grant to support the Healthy Smiles’ Pediatric Oral Health Program. The Healthy Smiles program helps provide low-cost dental services for qualified children.
Read more at GoUpstate.com.
Minnesota Funeral Home Celebrates Expansion
Wise Family Funeral Home celebrated the groundbreaking ceremony for their recent expansion. The funeral home will construct a crematory as a way to offer families more options.
Read more at the Hastings Star Gazette.
Pennsylvania Funeral Home Honored
Jendrzejewski Funeral Home was recently honored by the Pennsylvania Funeral Directors Association. The funeral home received an award for serving the community for 100 consecutive years.
Read more at The Citizens’ Voice.
Wisconsin Funeral Home Expands Services
Herman-Taylor Funeral Home is planning to expand their service options. The funeral home will construct a separate facility to offer pet memorial services.
Read more at the Wisconsin Rapids Tribune.
Funeral Home Hires New Staff Member
Kemper-Millard-Keim Family Funeral made a new addition to their team. The funeral home hired Yeti, a two-year-old Goldendoodle grief therapy dog, to help comfort families.
Read more at the Columbia Missourian.
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