Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. Names Donald R. Robinson Executive Vice-President-Licensee Products & Services
Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. (WFSI) is pleased to name Donald R. Robinson as Executive Vice President-Licensee Products & Services. In his new role, Robinson oversees all WFSI operations and support services for the Wilbert Licensee network.
Innovation abounds in the Expo Hall at the 2014 NFDA International Convention & Expo.
The National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) is looking to funeral service professionals to help select the recipient of the 2014 Innovation Award.
She runs one of the top funeral director blogs, recently got married and isn’t afraid to wear mustard yellow…which she totally nails!
She is one of the most talked about (in a good way) female funeral directors in the profession and she is sharing some fashion wisdom for other female funeral directors.
Reading challenges us to consider ways our work can be enhanced. Many leaders and experts have recommended spending at least an hour a day with a book to keep up with the latest ideas, trends and innovations in your field.
Below are just a few of the many books that have been recommended by funeral service professionals.
The First Thing that Happens is Bliss. As soon as you die, you’re sucked out of your body into a Healing Chamber. The lights in that Chamber erase all the harm you suffered during your entire lifetime, physical, mental and emotional. So, in less than a nanosecond, all your pain is gone.
McGroarty leaves behind no children (that he knows of), but if he did their names would be son, “Almighty Thor” McGroarty; and daughter, “Butter Cup Patchouli.”
Homesteaders Life Company, a national leader in prearranged funeral funding, released a redesigned online dashboard for affiliated pre-need insurance agents. This dashboard, which is part of the myHomesteaders business services portal, includes new features that significantly improve the way agents can search for and access information.
Memories of You, a unique memorial retail store focused on celebrating the lives of those that have been lost, recently announced that nationwide franchising opportunities are now available. It’s the first of its kind retail store, preserving memories forever through a unique variety of gifts, to offer franchising.
With their innate distrust of ideology, the Dutch are strikingly different from Americans in their gut reactions.
Steve Rosenfield is the brains behind the “What I Be” project, which is known for highlighting teens as an exploration of human identity and expression. “It’s a way to tell your story the way you want it to be told,” reads the site’s mission statement