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Dear Funeral Directors, 

 

Thank you for being on the front line during the COVID-19 pandemic. The truth is, we would all be lost without funeral directors, especially during uncertain times like these. Funeral directors will always be essential. From funeral planning to helping families grieve and memorialize their loved ones, you do it all.  

 

Even though things aren’t “normal” right now, the funeral profession never stops. Your hard work doesn’t go unnoticed, so we want to express our gratitude for everything you’re doing. 

 

Thank You for Your Selfless Dedication to Your Funeral Home’s Community 

Even during these complicated times, you continue to put your client families first. You’re making sacrifices now more than ever to do everything you can to give families the funeral experiences they deserve. 

 

As you take care of your families, remember to take care of yourself, too. Practice self-care and take the necessary precautions during this time to take care of yourself both physically and mentally. 

 

Thank You for Finding Creative Ways to Go the Extra Mile for Families 

Not only are you caring for families, you’re going the extra mile to create meaningful funeral services. Funeral directors across the country are coming up with creative ways to hold funerals while social distancing. From live streaming funerals and drive-through funerals to even drive-in funerals with a screen projecting the live funeral, you’re going above and beyond. Not because someone told you to, because you want to. 

 

Thank You for Giving Us Hope During the COVID-19 Pandemic 

Lastly, thank you for giving us the hope we need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hope that things will get better one day. That we can get through anything. That we can find ways to honor lives no matter the circumstances. Together, we will get through this. In the meantime, we’re here to support you in any way that we can.  

 

You’re truly inspirations for all that you do, and we can’t thank you enough. 

 

Sincerely, 

Your friends at Frazer Consultants