Vine has been called the next Instagram my many bloggers but we think Vine could also be a great app for funeral directors to use to give quick 6 second glimpses into life at the funeral home.
Whether you’re Facebook friends with anyone from work or not, a comment of this nature never brings anything good, and McClenathan wound up losing her job.
I’d like to say that ALL funeral directors are in the funeral business to serve people, but sadly there are those who are looking to profiteer on humanity in their weakest moment.
Are you sick of spending countless hours documenting things on spreadsheets? Or even worse, not documenting them at all?! Trust me, as a business owner myself, I’ve been there… I’ve tried countless tools and processes to make my business hum like a well-oiled machine, and I figured I’d save you some time by sharing [...]
“We had taken care of Caroline her whole life,” recalls Alison, whose other daughter, Kate, has the same disease and will also have a home funeral. “Why would we give her to someone else once she died?”
As a funeral service professional, we hope that you take a few moments to read this story and if you feel that the message explaining the true vale of funeral service is important enough, then we invite you to share this story.
The FTC Staff recently posted on the FTC website four Funeral Rule Advisory Opinions.
Three of the opinions are new, while one, initially issued back in 2011 and which NFDA asked the Staff to reconsider, has
been reissued in a revised form.
Many people choose to have their grave plot reserved and headstone in place long before they die. No problem. Unless an unscrupulous funeral director fails to put the money for the funeral in a trust or mishandles it in some other way.