We’re too busy with school to give a pause. Too busy with work to give a pause. Too busy with our Facebook feed to give a pause. Too busy with OUR lives that we forget about the lives of others.
With 1 Second Everyday, users can compile videos from their phone’s camera roll, other video apps, or capture new clips within the app and then use the edit tools to trim each down to one second. Each clip gets timestamped and assigned to a day on a calendar, so you can easily search for a clip from a specific date, or else watch all your videos in chronological order.
Foundation Partners Group, LLC, a leading owner and operator of funeral homes and cemeteries in the U.S., has lost it’s first board member from resignation since appointing Brad Rex, an 18-year veteran of the hospitality industry, as president and CEO on November 1st.
American Funeral Director magazine recently announced that Martha McKneely Thompson won its 2012 Funeral Director of the Year award. Thompson is a fourth-generation funeral director and is one of the owners of Brandon G. Thompson Funeral Homes in Louisiana. Thompson was the choice for this year’s Funeral Director of the Year award because of her utmost dedication to her family and profession, her advanced involvement within her community and her desire to help as many families as she can.
In 2008 David Storke started a company called Sympathy Food, which allows people to send meals to family members and friends of people who have recently died, as an alternative to flowers.
The 2013 ICCFA Wide World of Sales Conference, January 16-18 at the Monte Carlo Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, offers three days of educational seminars offering practical tools and techniques for boosting sales. This year’s theme, “iSell,” focuses on working smarter, not harder, with technology, as well as a reinforcement of basic sales principles
“A well-planned funeral also helps you know ‘what to do’ when you do not know what to do.” – Dr. Alan D. Wolfelt, from Understanding Your Grief. To listen to him speak, Dr. Alan D. Wolfelt is soft-spoken. His words are precise.
A customer complained on the Facebook page of Boston restaurant Pigalle, and chef Marc Orfaly replied by calling her “fat” and a “bi**h.”
This supports Wilbert Funeral Services’ strategy to grow their business through complementary product and service offerings that benefit funeral professionals and the families they serve. Wilbert Funeral Services and Pierce Companies share similar business values with a driving focus on the needs of funeral professionals. This commitment on solutions for the myriad challenges faced by their customers will continue to be the compass for the combined enterprises.
Cremation Confidential: 2013 CANA & NFDA Cremation Symposium Offers Success Secrets from Cremation Experts
In addition to networking opportunities, attendees will benefit from a packed schedule of interactive education sessions led by the most knowledgeable and innovative minds in funeral service.