House Bill 2122 sponsored by Delegate George Ambler, R-Greenbrier, would make photographing a corpse a fineable offense unless it was done by law enforcement or for crime scene analysis. The bill also makes an exception for those taking pictures at a funeral, wake or memorial.
Do you have a clean and plentiful refreshment area? Keurig and Nespresso machines are a small investment that make a big impact. They also don’t require much maintenance.
Instead of a water cooler, how about a small refrigerator with water and soft drinks? The simple additions are endless.
There are many simple solutions to creating an inviting environment. What are some personal touches you incorporate in your funeral home?
FuneralTech introduces their Online Donation program, that is incorporated in to all of our customer’s online tribute pages. By utilizing our Online Donation program our funeral home customers offer their visitors a way to make a donation, using either a credit card or making a pledge, to either a family preferred charity or a charity of their choosing.
This article provides a great perspective on the controversial new reality show ‘Wrestling with Death’.
Tell us below: Is this the best show on television right now?
This is a 10-minute video that we believe will change your life. It is our recommendation that you find a dark and quiet place to watch this.
Passare, Inc., a trusted and relevant source for End of Life planning and management, today announced that Glenn Funeral Home and Crematory has selected the company’s End of Life Management Platform. With Passare, the Owensboro, Kentucky-based funeral home has been able to intelligently adapt to changes in the communities that they serve, as well as take their long tradition of service excellence to the next level.
The Casket Experience. Don’t fear death, fear the unlived life!
I will call ________________ because I haven’t told them I love them in a long time.
The one thing I will change in my life starting right now:
These are the questions posed by Emotional Mojo, the company behind The Casket Experience, designed to motivate people to live their life fully by stuffing them in a closed casket for 10 minutes.
In alignment with its mission to fund projects and programs that support all of funeral service in building meaningful relationships in the community, the Funeral Service Foundation is now accepting applications for its Professional Women’s Conference Scholarship. The application deadline is March 1, 2015.
It’s that time of year again. Whether you plan on being healthier, stopping a bad habit, or even just reading more, chances are you might have made some personal New Year’s resolutions. But have you considered making a resolution for your business?
Todd joined the FDLIC team in 2006 as Vice President of Sales. Todd graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor’s degree in Mortuary Science. He is a licensed funeral director, Certified Preneed Counselor and Certified Funeral Service Practitioner as well as a licensed life, accident, and health insurance producer.