A circa 1930s photo of a worker at the Gorham Bronze foundry in Providence, Rhode Island. Until the mid-1970s, bronze was the primary medium for creating cremation urns.
Here’s what funeral professionals are saying about new funeral home reality show ‘Wrestling with Death’: I watched the 1st episode online. It just makes me roll my eyes. Yes, it is straight up backwoods!
Funeral professionals are pissed and think this is going to be awful for our profession. Read below for more reactions.
Mortuary Lift Company introduces the Ceiling-less Gantry System – a lightweight, portable lift that eliminates the need for ceiling installation. This “go anywhere” gantry brings convenience, increased productivity and a morale boost to funeral homes.
Wilbert Funeral Services’ Commemorating First Responders Program Helps 114 Fallen First Responder Families In 2014
The families of 114 fallen first responders were served in 2014 by Commemorating First Responders, a philanthropic program of Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. (WFSI) and its Licensees. The program donates burial vaults and urns and a graveside service to first responders who have died in the line of duty.
Passare, Inc., a trusted and relevant source for End of Life planning and management, today announced the release of the company’s “Best of 2014 End of Life Infographics” collection to kick off the new year. Highlighting a wide range of End of Life (EOL) topics, Passare’s Infographics
Fifth generation family funeral home in PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla has recorded 6 episodes of reality documentary ‘Til Death Do Us Part: Life With the Conways’ that is currently being pitched to television networks.
Last week we shared a great article from Jeff Harbeson, The Funeral Commander, that took a quick glimpse back at 2014 and also made bold predictions for 2015.
Here are some predictions for the road ahead:
Here are 5 harmless iPhone pranks you should try on your fellow funeral directors. These are guaranteed to drive them nuts but bring lots of laughter to you (and everyone else).
Wrestling With Death; Funeral Professions Next Big Reality Show Premieres This Week and It Will Shock You
It’s hard to stand out in the reality-television world, but a family that runs a funeral home by day and a professional wrestling federation by night may just do it.
Residents in the Savannah, Georgia, area are rallying to help a stray dog who refuses to leave an area cemetery where she buried her dead puppy.