[Video] A Couple’s Emotional Story Of Carrying An Unborn Child With Conditions Incompatible With Life
In 2008, Angie Smith and her husband Todd learned through ultrasound that their fourth daughter had conditions making her incompatible with life.
As a result of the public outcry, many physicians developed and instituted quite a bizarre arsenal of diagnostic procedures for verifying death. Preventing mistaken burial became a top priority, as well as a marketing gimmick.
Now thanks to Elysium Space, we’ve reached a new milestone in burial tech, offering you your own funeral in space for just under $2,000.
Significant gaps are expected to open up between companies that actively transform their operations for the coming digital economy and those that stick to business as usual, according to a new study released today.
But parties/funerals come at a price … and the company that threw grandma’s final shindig claims the grand total was more than $150,000, and Rihanna paid only about a quarter of that and refused to pay more.
Last winter I heard about a traditional funeral home that had successfully repurposed its facilities and actually discovered that it could apply its expertise at coordinating funerals to a variety of other functions as well. So, I went to see it and got my socks knocked off. I want to take you there.
iArrange ™ is the industry’s first interactive virtual showroom designed exclusively to help funeral director’s present their casket selection.
More than a month after Chicagoland funeral directors and drivers were forced to strike over unfair labor practices, Service Corporation International resumed negotiations with Teamsters Local 727 only to regressively bargain.
Mass hysteria erupted. I was literally tackled away from the stretcher, 911 was called, and the teary eyed people now became violent, as to them I was taking their very much ALIVE loved one who had not died.
Even in death there is no escape from the familiar ping or ring of a mobile phone, with one in six people admitting to having made or received a call, texted, or used social media at a funeral.