This is an ad for a hair salon, but when I saw it on Pinterest it reminded me that this profession is not just for the men. This post is for the women!
New Yorkers rarely miss opportunities to make their feelings known–even if that opportunity presents itself at the oddest of moments.
But then I had the good fortune to get my hands dirty. I actually managed a funeral home and worked along side practitioners. There I discovered that UNDER THE CURRENT MODEL such a theory was easier said than done.
Southern Calls’ perspective comes from the knowledge and experience Mike has gained throughout his forty years in the profession. Publishing and editing are not new for Mike, who has served as executive director for the South Carolina Funeral Directors Association and editor of the association’s Palmetto Director Magazine since 1998.
As of last week 40,000 videos have been uploaded and watched over 175 million times! The funeral industry couldn’t be left out of this trend, so we present you with the Harlem Shake / Cemetery Edition.
Do families know this allowance is available and can be used to aid in purchasing a burial vault? Will it cover the entire burial purchase? No, but it might be what is needed to allow them to purchase a burial vault instead of opting for the free grave liner.
Facebook is not for generating Preneed sales leads. If that lead happens then great, but Facebook is the conversation and engagement piece that can eventually lead to preneed sales conversations with a user but it can not be the message you are pushing through your Facebook Page.
Representative With Virginia Veterans Cemeteries Talks About Vault Liners, Wants Families To Visit Cemtery First
The Veterans Administration, as a rule, nationwide, does not provide vaults for veterans burials. Rather, at no cost, it offers liners, sometimes called a concrete box. What’s the difference?
We spoke with a handful of veterans organizations. They tell us they didn’t know that veterans caskets were being placed inside unprotected liners. Like Mrs. Runyon, they thought caskets were being placed inside sealed vaults.
Veterans’ Vault Is Full Of Water, Concerns Are Raised About How Families Are Treated At Veteran Cemeteries [Part 1]
On one hand, the practice appears to be a good example of government efficiency and responsibility with your money. On the other, the practice is raising concerns about how fallen service members and their families are treated at veteran cemeteries around the country.