Brackett Funeral Home website on an iPad

 

Written by Jenny Goldade

 

At Frazer Consultants, we create websites that funeral homes are proud of. Since we have the best clients out there, we decided to start a monthly blog that highlights some of our newest clients’ funeral home websites and upgrades of our current clients’ funeral home websites.

 

Check out our clients’ new funeral home websites and upgrades for the month of February! And if you missed January’s new websites, click here!

 

Are you interested in getting a Frazer-powered website or upgrading your current one? Call us at 866-372-9372 or fill out the form below to request a free demonstration of our funeral home websites!

 

 

New Clients:

Brackett Funeral Home

Brackett Funeral Home began as Robert’s Funeral Home in 1862, and after a few more name changes, became Brackett Funeral Home in 1956 and serves the Brunswick, Maine area.

 

One of our favorite features of their funeral home website is the stunning banner photos on their homepage. These photos show the Brunswick area throughout the seasons and give us a sense of what their community is about.

 

Walnut Lawn Funeral Home Ltd.

Founded in 1989 by the DeGraffenreid and Wood families, this funeral home’s principles are to provide families in the Springfield, Missouri area with high quality and respectful funeral services.

 

We love how their funeral home website lets families get to know their funeral home’s staff. Their detailed “Who We Are” tab includes the funeral home’s history, staff biographies, a virtual tour of their funeral home, and more!

 

Good Sipler Funeral Home and Cremation Centre, Inc.

Good Sipler Funeral Home and Cremation Centre, Inc. has served the Reamstown, Pennsylvania area for years. And they’re honored to be a part of their community’s history and look forward to many more years to come.

 

With their modern and responsive website design, their website is easy to navigate and locate funeral planning information, obituaries and Tribute Walls for leaving condolence messages, and other helpful tools and resources.

 

Comfort Funeral Home, Inc.

Since opening in 2008, Comfort Funeral Home, Inc. has been family owned and operated and serves the South Wales, New York area. Their funeral home’s mission is to be a funeral home by people of their community, for people of their community.

 

Their website design truly brings families comfort when viewing it. It shows that the funeral home’s staff cares about helping families honor their loved ones.

 

Upgrades:

Paradise Funeral Chapel

Paradise Funeral Chapel has served the Saginaw and Lansing, Michigan area families for years. Their community is important to them, and they want to help their families honor their loved ones.

 

Their updated website design has both a visually appealing and easy-to-navigate design with complementary imagery and colors that invite families to explore their website.

 

Spring Valley Funeral & Cremation

Spring Valley Funeral & Cremation serves the New Albany, Indiana area and Louisville, Kentucky area. They want their funeral home to feel like a second home to families, with features like a family kitchen area.

 

Their updated website layout makes it simple to locate features like their Tribute Pay payment center for making funeral payments and their online preplanning form.

 

Rodgers’ Funeral Homes

Rodgers’ Funeral Homes serve the New Lebanon and Trotwood, Ohio areas and focus on providing their families with the best quality service possible and exceed their expectations.

 

We love how their updated website content concisely, yet informatively lays out funeral planning options such as for honoring veterans.

 

Gallant Funeral Home

Gallant Funeral Home serves the Waterville, Maine area and prides themselves in giving their families the best funeral experiences possible.

 

Their updated website design has convenient resources for families that are easy to locate directly on their homepage, such as their grief email subscription 365 Days of Healing and the ability to order flowers directly from their loved one’s obituary.