Does a cemetery have a right to refuse the burial of a person’s body? What if it’s the body of Boston Marathon bombing suspecct Tamerlan Tsarnaev?
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The funeral industry as we know it now in America allows for some of the greatest examples of both human graces and disgraces.
A funeral home director is scrambling to find a cemetery that will bury a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, ignoring protesters gathered outside his business and saying everybody deserves a dignified burial service no matter the circumstances of his or her death.
Valuable security practices for funeral directors when it comes to technology and small businesses.
Last Thursday Dyer Lake Funeral Home in Attleboro Falls, MA. was tasked by legal representatives and authorities to transfer the body of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, dead Boston bombing suspect, from the Medical Examiner to their funeral home.
The New Hampshire Senate rejected a proposal Thursday to legalize a chemical cremation process that dissolves human remains into a soapy liquid.
I don’t think there is much to say. The picture says it all – this is something you should never do in a cemetery.
Start thinking like a wedding planner, rather than a traditional funeral director! Before you dismiss the idea, take a look at the facts. It’s true that a funeral is a once in a lifetime affair, while people can and do have multiple weddings, but apart from that the two occasions have many similarities.