The problem for funeral home’s however, is that time spent on social media can eat in to valuable time that needs to be spend serving families. Let’s face it, funeral directors and most staff don’t have much “free time” while in the funeral home.
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They only bark when their guard is down. Here is what it sounds like: “Those blankety-blank dumb– funeral directors.” Sometimes the bark is peppered with yips that sound like: “stupid” or “ignorant”.
Cue the morbid, slow, depressing music… and let’s learn everything we didn’t know about the funeral profession! What is it with people pinning us as creepy and morbid? We’re people, too!
Should obituaries for pets be placed alongside that of humans in a newspaper?
It seems on the surface, the matter of including pets in the obituary section of a newspaper is one that shouldn’t be up for debate.
National Funeral Directors Association Statement: Death: It’s a Living, CNBC Documentary on Funeral Service
As Death: It’s a Living illustrated, individuals and their families have more options than ever before when planning a funeral or memorial service – the list is seemingly endless and can be quite daunting to someone who has never had to plan a funeral or who has not done so recently.
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Though there was a lot of focus on price I do feel the profession was shown in a good light and best of all the consumer was given very good information to help them make an informed decision.
Just imagine the sense of professional horror among anesthesiologists when this video came out. But check out the hits on their various videos. As a potential patient it gives me a chance to see them as a person with a sense of humor. Warm, approachable and caring.
It’s amazing how the New York Times understands the power of a well written life story, yet many funeral homes see obituaries as fill in the blank templates.