Humorous NFDA 2009 Tour By Boston Fox News Affiliate

November 2, 2009
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image If it seemed like a rowdier week in the city of Boston than usual there was a good reason. The National Funeral Directors Association was holding its convention in Boston.

Now, you may remember Carmen Flowers and Sue Bailey. They’re the two women who wrote the book grave expectations.

Planning for the end like there is no tomorrow. Its a humorous and thoughtful book on how folks should take time to plan their own funeral and give themselves a sendoff no one will ever forget.

They called and said ?Hey, why not meet us at the convention and we’ll take a look around.”

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It was an invitation too good to refuse.

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Source: Fox News Boston

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