Fixing a Major Flaw with the Funeral Procession | Funeral Nav
Historically the funeral procession has always been viewed by onlookers with reverence. Common practice was to place your hand over your heart as a symbol or example of respect for our departed brothers and sisters. Yet today all too frequent processionals are interrupted and disrupted. Not for lack of effort but by lack of respect of fellow drivers on the road.
Watch this interview to see how FuneralNav is changing the funeral procession forever.
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