Martin Funeral Home in Mt. Morris, Michigan is doing it right.
The topic is controversial but it is relevant to our business.
The way we bury our dead hasn’t changed much over the past two thousand years. But it needs to change soon.
When 8-year-old Michael Diamond (pictured) overheard his parents discussing how expensive a funeral would be for his grandmother, who passed away after battling cancer, he took it upon himself to help with the costs. The pint-sized entrepreneur came up with the slogan “Kool-Aid for a Cause”
Alan Creedy, who was recently selected as an independent judge for the International Design for Death competition, came away impressed with the winning entries in the competition. Design for Death is the world’s inaugural international competition to re-design death care for the future.
You have, in fact, already begun to die.
If Dad was your superhero this might be a fitting urn.
Funeral and Memorial Information Council Launches Unprecedented National Consumer Awareness Campaign
The Funeral and Memorial Information Council (FAMIC) is proud to announce the launch of Have the Talk of a LifetimeSM, a national, grassroots public awareness campaign aimed at motivating families to have conversations about life, what matters to them and what they value most.
If you tuned into the latest episode of “The Colbert Report” on Wednesday night, odds are you found yourself tearing up within the first minute, and not from laughter.