Hilton customers can now print Shared Memories stationery from within FrontRunner’s award-winning software.
Don’t you wish there was a manual or a set of instructions to operate your funeral home during these “uncertain times”? Hilton Funeral Supply works with and listens to funeral professionals daily trying to figure out what normal is and what it looks like.
Personalized keepsakes can help grieving families by creating meaningful memorials that can stand the test of time.
Jason of Hilton Funeral Supply introduces the New 2020 Product Catalog
As we navigate through these uncertain times together, know that Hilton continues to be committed to provide you support.
How will today’s family owned funeral home maintain its rich lineage and heritage for the generations to come? Refreshing tradition doesn’t mean reinventing the wheel, it just means improving it. Hilton Funeral Supply believes that tradition is good, but sometimes it just needs to be Refreshed!
In a time where technology rules, security concerns abound and “a lack of time” mentality offends, a personal thank you note is safe, secure and sincere!
Funerals and the services provided by funeral professionals are needed at the moment when it is needed most.
Using all 5 senses can give a fresh look at the “perception” of your funeral home. Small changes can have big impact.
The best opportunity comes from funeral homes that have spent all year guiding and helping families through their pain and grief.
I would encourage today's funeral homes to keep up the good fight, continue the conversation and pursue the value of serving families during their time of greatest need.
Why do it at all? Why have a one-year old’s birthday party with gifts, cake and ice cream? Why have graduation parties and senior pictures? Why send fancy invitations for weddings?
These efforts not only create community interest and conversation but may be needed in an era where businesses compete vigorously for our attention.
Surprising families with a personalized keepsake candle can be a great way for funeral directors to ease families into the most difficult and delicate part of the grieving process.
With an increasing Hispanic population and a retiring Catholic generation migrating south from the predominantly Catholic Northeast, the Bible Belt is taking on a new look.