Yesterday was the birthday of our friend and guest blogger Caleb Wilde. In honor of his birthday many people were sending him images of ‘death cakes’ – cakes with a death theme. Some of them were pretty cool so we decided to share them
Alan Creedy, chief strategist at Creedy & Company, continue his string of successful workshops with the recently-completed Blue Ocean Tour. As with the previous Creedy & Company seminars, this event was not held at a resort location, but rather utilized a learning laboratory – in the form of a funeral home that has successfully transitioned to an additional new revenue stream.
Just 5 percent of the 1,589 United States mortuary school graduates in 2012 were Hispanic, according to the American Board of Funeral Service Education. By contrast, 17 percent of Americans are Hispanic.
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Locked Out SCI Funeral Director Talks About the Front Lines of the Chicago Funeral Home Strike & Lockout
One thing I never foresaw myself doing was walking a picket line in front of a funeral home with a sign that said “Locked Out by SCI.”
You’re in luck — when it comes to disposing of your earthly remains, there are more options than ever.
What’s spookier than a graveyard around Halloween? Cemetery directors across the country are luring intrepid visitors to attractions ranging from organ concerts to photo workshops to flashlight tours guest-starring local “residents.” Here, 10 storied burial grounds worth visiting this fall:
Yes, this is suppose to be humorous as it is a play on the Miley Cyrus video for her single ‘Wrecking Ball’
A look at how this week’s Bloomberg Businessweek cover got made. The cover article for this issue is titled Death, Inc – An inside look are America’s fastest-growing merchant of death.
As uneasy as he is about SCI, Zahn and other small operators do cling to one competitive advantage: The chain charges customers more than independently owned rivals. Whatever cost savings SCI achieves, it keeps or passes along to its shareholders.