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Circus performer Anastasia set a world record by pulling a 2.5 tonne hearse 65 feet with her hair! The stunt went down Monday in London, UK.
Alan Creedy, chief strategist at Creedy & Company, was selected as the first guest on the Directors’ Exchange radio program. During the hour long conversation, Creedy and Directors’ Exchange host Ray Aikens discussed the tough business decisions that funeral directors currently face.
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As we shared with you yesterday, our good friend and supporter Caleb Wilde, was featured on NBCNEWS.com – because of his edgy, humorous style he has received some backlash from readers and other funeral professionals.
Many funeral homes now have a reception hall, reception center, catering facility, there are many names but you get the jist – a place where families can gather before and after the service to eat.
If you have one of these facilities you seriously think about keeping a stack of this book handy – wether you gift it or sell it, the book might provide just enough humor and practicality to be appreciated by your client families.
Forethought Financial Group, Inc. (Forethought) announced that Maureen Carney and Matthew Outcalt have joined Forethought Life Insurance Company as Business Development Directors for the Life Division.
According to the complaint, “the belt holding the casket had not been properly attached to the said casket, and, without warning, began to slip. This, in turn, caused the casket to fall violently into the plot and partially overturn.
Did the 6 officers behind the largest scam in funeral history get a harsh enough punishment?
He tweets. He blogs. He embalms.
Caleb Wilde is a sixth-generation mortician, working for the family business in small-town Pennsylvania — a Victorian-style funeral home where the only visible concessions to modernity are two big-screen televisions used by overflow crowds to watch a service.
But when he’s not making 2 a.m. house calls and loading “customers” (the deceased) into “the pickup” (the hearse), Wilde is engaged in the most modern of pursuits: spreading his very intimate view of death on the web.