As Trust 100 enters a new era, it is appropriate that we do so under the leadership of an individual with extensive Death-Care Industry experience, and appreciation for the role our company plays in funeral service.
FrontRunner Professional announced today its strategic partnership with mysendoff.com the Internet’s only website devoted exclusively to helping bring consumers and forward thinking funeral professionals together.
It will rip your heart out.
SoulPancake, a media company that seeks to provide platforms to explore “big think” topics such as spirituality, creativity, religion, arts, and philosophy, filmed a documentary about Zach Sobiech and his life for their series, My Last Days.
More and more people are flocking to social media channels like Pinterest to share craft ideas, recipes and even memorial project ideas.
It’s a step by step guide that shows the value of Facebook, and offers tips on the kinds of research you need to do in order to make the case.
With so many horrible tragedies wrapped up in the Oklahoma City tornadoes we wanted to share this joyful video.
Suhor Industries, a precast concrete manufacturer and the world’s largest burial vault manufacturer, is being recognized by the Kansas City Business Journal as a 2013 Champions of Business honoree. The Champions of Business Award is presented annually to 15 top Kansas City area companies who exhibit industry leadership, innovation, community involvement and meet both years in business and annual gross revenue requirements.
Registration is now open for the 2013 National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) Leadership Conference, which will take place July 14-17 at the Grand Summit Hotel at Canyons Resort in Park City, Utah. This is the only event of its kind to offer current and aspiring state and national funeral service leaders the opportunity to explore issues related to leadership in funeral service and network with colleagues from around the country.
We asked this question on our Facebook Page over the weekend. The response was fantastic. It’s simple to see that most funeral directors are in this profession to serve.
Columbarium Court No. 9, as it’s called, has more than 20,000 niches for U.S. military veterans and their families. Each niche in the two-acre columbarium has space for 3-4 urns. The project cost $15.6 million and began in January 2012.