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.
Here is a graphic showing the different ways to memorialize a loved one on Facebook. This is a great graphic to share through your funeral home’s social media channels.
A major television network is Casting Fabulous Women of the Funeral Industry, Is That You? Do you have a special flair for the dramatic and a special signature touch that leaves funeral goers and families both pleased and speechless?
Have you ever dreamed of owning casket/coffin furniture? You can now make a purchase that will make your dreams come true, or the dreams of a colleague!
It has been a natural progression for people to share their feelings and experiences on social media the same way they share all their other experiences. The access to digital tools is giving us new ways to mourn death and loss.
FrontRunner is pleased to announce the appointment of Erin Bailey as a Senior Account Manager. Ms. Bailey brings 6 years of account management experience in the death care industry, focusing on product development, support, training, and customer service.
We dug into the facts around end-of-life and dying to learn more about how people are – and are not – preparing themselves for the inevitable.
Do you remember your last tweet or Facebook status? No? Well, the Internet will, even after you die. Your family and friends have a new set of digital tools to grieve over your death because your life has been recorded online.