Cooperative Funeral Fund Hires Carolyn Katz as Wisconsin Regional Manager
(Madison, CT) Cooperative Funeral Fund, Inc., a perpetual care and preneed fund management company announces the employment of Carolyn Katz to lead the management of the Wisconsin region.
Carolyn is a seasoned sales professional with over 20 years invested in building customer relationships. Katz states, “The Funeral Directors that were invested in the WFDA have been through a difficult time. They deserve an integrity-based solution for their preneed funds and I am pleased to be able to represent CFF and it’s 24 years of experience to assist them. I am proud be a part of CFF’s team and am excited to welcome Wisconsin funeral homes and cemeteries to our 700+ deathcare only client base.”
A graduate from Nichols College in Massachusetts, Carolyn’s versatile expertise across multiple industries including high end retail, multi-unit IT and specialty operations has allowed her to be a top performer in each of these fields.
CFF manages the investment, accounting, compliance and payout of preneed and perpetual care funds. The company is registered with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission as an Investment Advisor. For more information, please contact www.CooperativeFuneralFund.com or email Carolyn@cffinc.com or call Carolyn Katz at (800) 336-1102.
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