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 March!
Interested in updating your website? Call 866-372-9372 or fill out the form below to request a free demonstration!
Since 1909, Macken Mortuary has been family owned and operated. They pride themselves in providing quality care and serving people during their time of need.
Right when you get onto their website, you see a hero image slide show of their beautiful building. This way families instantly see the type of facility they will be working with.
Arthur J. Van Lerberghe Funeral Home has been around for more than 100 years and has no plans of ending that streak. Their main goal is to preserve memories and celebrate the life stories of the departed.
Their website has the perfect balance of beautiful stock imagery and original pictures. It is both visually pleasing and easy to navigate.
Charles M. Noll Funeral Home has been serving the greater Williamsport community since 1927. Today their staff continues to be committed to providing support and compassion to everyone in their community.
Their new website is a mix of their heritage and history along with modern web innovations. Families can easily learn about their services and get to know their staff better.
For more than 160 years, Heinz Funeral Home has been providing Central Illinois with quality, compassion, and dignified funeral and cremation services.
When families have immediate needs, they can find the information they need right on the front page of this new website. It is easy to find exactly what they are looking for when it’s time to plan a funeral.
Collins Family Funeral Home is the only family-owned funeral home in Northern San Joaquin County, located in Lodi, California. They have been serving their community since 1869.
Their website is eye-catching with a large picture of a beautiful pink and purple sunset on the home page. It has the tools and innovative features that help families start celebrating their loved one’s life.
Stewart Baxter Funeral & Memorial Services wants to help their community members through their grief journeys. They believe that with healing, support, and compassion better days lie ahead.
Their upgraded website features the motif of a calla lily throughout. They chose this brand identity because calla lilies can grow and continue living on even the darkest of days.
They also switched to the Julio theme which better utilizes space for calls-to-action and generating leads.
The McCulley family owns and operates Angelus Chapel Funeral Directors & Crematory. They have a rich heritage of serving minority families when no one else would and doing it with dignity and pride.
Along with at-need and preplanning information, this website also features many grief resources to get families on their healing journey. All the information is organized and easy to find.
Locust Grove Funeral Home was founded on the principle of providing quality services at an affordable price. They have been a part of the Locust Grove community since 1998.
Personalization options are at the forefront of their upgraded website. Honoring the memory of your loved one is only a few clicks away.
Forsythe Gould Funeral Home wants their facility to feel like a second home — full of peace, comfort, and warmth. Their staff is dedicated to providing support and compassion to families.
Their website makes funeral planning easy. The contact form and information is straightforward and the entire website is easy to navigate.