The Funeral Service Foundation (FSF) has awarded Joseph E. Hagan Memorial Scholarships worth a total of $5,000 to James Lorenz and Richard Gausselin to help with educational resources as they pursue mortuary science degrees at Worsham College of Mortuary Science in Wheeling, Illinois.
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Caran Johnson from Washington State avidly tweets local news and has amassed over 1,000 followers for her updates. Last night, she took to Twitter to live-tweet a car crash in her hometown of Vancouver before learning that her husband was a victim.
The VoiceVisit™ system is comprised of a small patented solar powered device that can be placed anywhere in the world. The device, which comes in several models, can receive and acknowledge a “phone” call, allowing the caller’s voice to be heard at that location.
You see, with Funeraria Lopez, you not only get top notch funeral preparations, but you also get sexy Santas. Or at least that’s how they choose to get their message across during the holiday season. ¿WTF?
Service Corporation International’s management presented at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Leveraged Finance Conference on Tuesday. There were some interesting numbers in the transcript of the presentation. We included a snippet below.
Just think if this funeral home was putting their social media on autopilot and didn’t have a real live conversation with their audience – all the value would be sucked out of this post. What good is a one-sided conversation?
Coldspring – a leading manufacturer and distributer of bronze memorials and fabricator of natural stone in North America – has announced enhancements to their Personal Reflections Memorial Design System.
Olympian Ronnie Ray Smith’s casket racing down the track. Why is everyone not watching Best Funeral Ever?!?
Sticking with the so-unusual-it-must-be-true formula for their reality programming, TLC’s “Best Funeral Ever” returned to the airwaves. The series follows Dallas-based Golden Gate Funeral Home’s staff as they prepare over-the-top “home-going” ceremonies.