Over the past two and a half years, Instagram has become a community where you can capture and share the world’s moments simply and beautifully.
The Eternal Image Group LLC., (the “Company”), a licensing company active in the memorial products industry, today announced that its St. Louis Cardinals memorial products will make their public debut at the 2013 Illinois Funeral Directors Association Convention, being held this year at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Springfield. The convention is celebrating its 133rd year, and the showroom floor is open on Tuesday, June 25 from 5:00 – 7:00 and on Wednesday, June 26 from 11:00 – 3:00.
American Coach Sales, in conjunction with Cadillac and the Eagle Coach Company, proudly introduced three new 2013 professional funeral vehicles at a reception hosted at Germain Cadillac of Easton. The event, which drew more than 200 attendees to the festivities, was held on Tuesday evening, May 28, the night before the opening of the Ohio Funeral Directors Convention.
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Grieving families bring in props that “are are reflective of how people lived their lives,” says Judy, adding that their colorful viewing room has hosted a motorcycle and a grill enclosed with a plastic lobster.
On Tuesday, June 18, the United States Patent Office issued ASD – Answering Service for Directors a patent for the company’s First Call Connect feature. First Call Connect is the only answering service tool that allows funeral directors to serve clients in “real-time”, regardless of location or time of day.
Time magazine just launched “An Interactive Guide to Life After Cremation”. It’s like a ‘choose your own adventure’ for cremation.
Homegoings is a moving portrait of a man and a people–and of the faith, hope and history that sustain them in the face of death.
In a recent BBC4 radio documentary on dying a good death, Dr. Kate Granger, a 31-year-old with terminal cancer, remarked that she would be tweeting from her deathbed.
In our business world we are inundated with all sorts of educational title acronyms that seem to provide status following the name of the beholders; i.e., MBA, PhD, CFP, CLTC, CFSP and so on. Of course, there are position titles out of the wazoo; CEO, CFO, COO, CMO, CTO, etc., etc.