FrontRunner Professional will extend its website technology expertise through two new programs designed to help funeral service vendors as well as funeral directors and their families with ancillary business needs.
“The Vendor Website Program and Small Business Edition are designed to help firms reach further and create a higher standard,” says FrontRunner Founder and CEO Kevin Montroy. “Diversification today is critical and for many, the opportunities afforded to them via the internet could not have come at a better time.”
Urnporium an innovative new company that designs beautiful urns and has them produced by reputable factories worldwide is seeking qualified distributors that currently serve funeral homes.
Urnporium offers high quality products and is set up to efficiently ship them. We are set up to drop ship. Our products are in stock and we keep enough inventory to serve the market. We are looking for distributors that currently serve funeral homes to offer our products along with the products that they are currently offering. We are a great add on brand for distributors. By adding our products to your product line you are able to offer your clients more choices as well as offer them a high quality product that funeral homes can offer to their families.
Beginning in the mid-1800s, post-mortem photography (or memento mori) was a popular way to honor and remember the dead.
Most photographs were taken shortly after death, and could look incredibly life-like, especially if the deceased was propped up into a standing position. Post-mortem photos of children were particularly common, perhaps because their mortality rate was high during the Victorian era.
Here are some of the most popular apps chosen by other funeral directors. Please leave a comment let us know what your favorite mobile app is.
Johnny Wells is not going to live to see his daughter grow up and get married. To replace this loss, he and his family held a mock wedding for her in his hospital room, which is featured on CNN’s morning show New Day as a “Good Stuff” segment.
Unlike traditional funeral homes, the South Carolina Cremation Society has paved a path for affordable and practical end-of-life services on the consumer’s terms, without a heavy or emotional sales pitch.
Article originally published in the Thursday October 3rd Memorial Business Journal
In the event of a continuing government shutdown, burials will continue at the national cem- eteries, though possibly at a reduced rate.
John H. Fitch Jr., senior vice president of the National Funeral Directors Association’s Advocacy Division, was in- formed by the Department of Veterans Affairs that there will be interment crews at each national cemetery to conduct burials.
Ryan Thogmartin discusses why his epic failure was actually his biggest business win.
Forethought Financial Group, Inc. (Forethought), a leader in the preneed insurance market, announced that Carl Wackerle has joined Forethought Life Insurance Company as Vice President of Agency Accounts for the Life Division.