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This November, host a Facebook giveaway contest that invites fans to remember the true meaning of Thanksgiving. Ask users to share their favorite Thanksgiving story or memory for a chance to win something from your funeral home, no not an urn or casket.
You know you’re a funeral director when… you’re more interested in memorizing the features of your mid-range casket than any expensive car. Read 19 more hilarious ways to tell if you’re a funeral director:
Like many other homeless veterans, Hammonds finally died alone, on a Tuesday afternoon last month following a stroke. Erin Amelung didn’t want Hammonds’ body to leave this world that way, too.
Directors and owners in New Jersey tell a very different story, according to an annual survey published by accounting firm Citrin Cooperman. Funeral home owners acknowledge the merger will increase competition for colleagues in some states, but say it’s been a nonissue here.
The Associated Press writes from Lancashire that Rev. Alan Clark, who conducted the service, told those gathered that “you have come in numbers surpassing anything that was expected. Not because you knew him, but because each of us has a common humanity.”
To start, the purpose of a ‘death call’ app would be to get funeral directors more death calls. To actually work, it would need three things:
Anticipation for next year’s NFDA International Convention & Expo is already building. The 2014 Convention will take place October 12-15 at the new Music City Center in Nashville, Tenn.
At 12:26 a.m. on July 13, Nicolle Kissee, a 19-year-old with stage 4 melanoma, took her last breath in a hospital bed in Southern California. Her mouth hung open and her eyes rolled back as her tearful parents and grandparents held her hands and kissed her forehead, telling her they would all soon meet again.
The National Funeral Directors Association Recognizes funeralOne with the 2013 NFDA Innovation Award
Established in 2009, the NFDA Innovation Award recognizes and promotes creativity, innovation and excellence among funeral service suppliers and vendors.
When funeralOne set out to create mobile phone-friendly funeral home websites, they didn’t simply adapt their existing website templates for smartphones.