Frazer Consultants Adds New Marketing Director

August 28, 2013
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Frazer Consultants is excited to welcome Sarah Rickerd to the team as our new Director of Marketing.  Sarah is a University of Michigan graduate who comes to us from Single Grain Digital Marketing in San Francisco, CA.  There, she worked as the company’s Content Manager, developing engaging blog content for well-known brands including Intuit, RIM, Forbes and Entrepreneur.com.

Sarah and her husband currently reside in Madison, WI with their two cats, George and Roo.  Although this is her first position in the funeral industry, Sarah says:

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“Throughout my life, I’ve had several encounters with caring and compassionate funeral directors, and I’ve always been moved by their commitment to comforting families during their most difficult times.  I look forward to learning more about the death care field and to supporting its workers with helpful, informative resources.”

To connect directly with Sarah, “Like” the Frazer Consultants Facebook page or follow the company’sTwitter feed.  She can also be reached via email at sarah@frazerconsultants.com.

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