Linda Jacques joins One Room Funeral Webcasting
One Room Funeral Webcasting is pleased to announce that Linda Jacques has joined the North American team in the role of Account Manager. One Room prides itself not only on the superior quality of the product but also on providing its customers an exceptional experience. Linda will be able to build on the customer satisfaction as One Room’s North American partner homes continue to grow.
Over her 30+ year career, Linda has worked within the death care industry in several roles. She brings an intimate knowledge of the struggles that today’s funeral director faces and will work to ensure webcasting becomes an integral revenue stream for One Room’s partner homes. From pre-need to at-need, Linda has the experience required to help integrate webcasting into you value statement.
“At this stage in my career I am happy to be able to help both funeral directors and families see the value of webcasting,” says Linda. “It was a natural fit for me to join One Room as their company philosophy and mine are a perfect match. I really want to make a difference in the lives of others and that is really what One Room strives for as well.”
To learn more about One Room, please contact Linda Jacques or Callum Winsor at 1-844-437-9475 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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