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Have you ever asked yourself these questions…
What is the best form of low cost communications and outreach?
How do you outreach to your community without seeming too pushy?
How do you communicate effectively with staff who are challenging
How can you fix the divide between funeral directors and preneed
staff when it comes to serving families?
or especially these…
How do you respond when Hospice says, ”
We don’t want to show
favoritism to one Funeral Home?
How do we connect with Hospice and Clergy about the value of the
body after death?
Is there any way of winning clergy back to our side so that they
will want us to be present at the church memorial service?
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