Wilbert Burial Vault Of Greenville Named As A 2013 Wilbert Ultimate Service Provider

December 12, 2013
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Greenville, SC – Wilbert Burial Vault of Greenville, operating in ten upstate counties since 1947, was recently awarded the 2013 Ultimate Service Provider designation by Wilbert Funeral Services Inc (WFSI).  The Ultimate Service Provider is the highest service honor possible for Wilbert licensees and is earned by passing rigorous on-site inspections in burial vault products and services.
All Wilbert licensees are subject to regular inspections by WFSI field service engineers who evaluate numerous factors including compliance with burial vault products manufacturing specifications and procedures, graveside service components such as well-maintained tents, chairs and polished lowering devices, clean service vehicles, and knowledgeable, professional burial service personnel.
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“Wilbert has by far the most stringent burial vault and service inspection procedures in the industry,” said Bobby Morgan, WFSI’s director of field services. “In order to earn Ultimate Service Provider, a licensee must receive at least 8 points out of 10 in each and every category that is scored.  Because we look at everything from manufacturing to graveside setup and service, every person in a licensee organization has to be dedicated to make this happen.  Ultimate Service Provider is truly a significant achievement.”
“Earning Ultimate Service Provider status for the eighth consecutive year is a phenomenal accomplishment,” said Mark Klingenberger, vice president sales & marketing at Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. “This requires a high level of dedication and effort by everyone at Wilbert Burial Vault of Greenville to produce excellent burial products and top-notch burial service day-in and day-out.”
Boyd Anderson, CEO of Wilbert Burial Vault of Greenville commented, “I am obviously very proud of this accomplishment and of the entire Wilbert Greenville team.  However, most gratifying is knowing that the service we provide helps families at such a critical and often overwhelming time.  That is what defines the ultimate service.”
About Wilbert Burial Vault of Greenville
Wilbert Burial Vault of Greenville was formed in 1947, offering burial services to funeral homes and cemeteries in 10 counties across upstate South Carolina – Abbeville, Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Greenwood, Laurens, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg, and Union.  Products include burial vaults and cremation urns, as well as keepsakes, memorializationburial personalization options, and mementos.  Servicesinclude burial vault set up, tents, chairs, grass, grave digging, and burial vault relocation/transfer.  For more information, visitwww.wilbertgreenville.com or call 864-288-1231.
Boyd Anderson, Wilbert Burial Vault of Greenville, 864-444-2107
Lisa Anderson, Peacock Marketing Group, 864-569-5949

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