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Written by Jenny Goldade

 

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!

 

If you or someone you know deserves recognition, email us at marketing@frazerconsultants.com We’d love to feature you or them in our next installment of Funeral Home Happenings!

 

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Funeral Home Under New Management

Hagi Funeral Home in Streator, Illinois is now under the management of Funeral Director Corey Schultz.

 

Read more at The Times.

 

Ongoing Death-Positive Event To Be Hosted at Funeral Home

William Sulivan & Son Funeral Directors with locations in Utica and Royal Oak, Michigan will be hosting an ongoing series called Detroit Death Talk at their Royal Oak location. The event helps people feel more comfortable talking about death and will be taking place at other Michigan funeral homes, as well.

 

Read more at Royal Oak Tribune.

 

G. H. Herrmann Funeral Homes’ Therapy Dogs Comfort Families

G. H. Herrmann Funeral Homes in Indianapolis, Indiana has multiple therapy dogs that can comfort families during funeral planning, the funeral service, and the burial.

 

Read more at 13 WTHR.

 

Funeral Home to Open New Location

Higgins-Reardon Funeral Homes and Cremation Services will soon be opening a new location in Salem, Ohio.

 

Read more at Morning Journal.

 

In-Training Therapy Dog Joins Funeral Home’s Staff

A five-month-old Portuguese Water Dog named Giovanni is in training to join the staff as a therapy dog at DeJohn Funeral Homes and Crematory in Willoughby Hills, Ohio. The funeral home location also has a 7-year-old therapy dog named Coco.

 

Read more at News 5 Cleveland.