Join us for a LIVE discussion during the airing of ‘Death: It’s A Living’ tonight at 9PM ET/PT
We asked 50 successful funeral homes the question: “What’s the most valuable lesson you’ve learned since you’ve been in the funeral profession?” The response was amazing.
This has absolutely nothing to do with funeral service, but we thought it would be useful information to keep you on the up and up! Imagine what your kids would do if you went home and started talking about the official Superbowl hashtag: #SB47?
I’m sorry you don’t like these humorous images but the collective body of progressive funeral professionals that read this publication (over 16,000 monthly) enjoys being able to engage in humorous material.
The ICCFA obtained a DVD of the program from CNBC that is labeled “rough cut,” meaning that it may be revised prior to broadcast. But assuming that the show basically airs as is, funeral professionals may be pleasantly surprised to find a reasonably balanced presentation that is actually encouraging to consumers.
Caitlin Doughty’s day job as a mortician gives her a pretty macabre sense of humor and she shares stories from her life in an unusual work environment as well as embracing her otherwise ‘normal’ life. Her work is featured on her webseries ‘Ask a Mortician’.
CNBC’s documentary “Death: It’s A Living” as it takes an inside look at a funeral home and its director as well as the business of cemeteries. The documentary, premiering on Thursday, January 31st at 9PM ET/PT and reported by CNBC’s Tyler Mathisen, goes inside the $17 billion-a-year “death care” industry.
Join us for a LIVE discussion during the airing of ‘Death: It’s A Living’ Thursday night at 9PM ET/PT
We will be featuring a LIVE discussion in 2 separate places!
Many people are afraid of death and what happens to the body after we die. Huffington Post talked to those who know best about this process, the undertaker.