Final Request, Inc is Raising $50K To Change The Way We Honor, Handle Communication and Manage Personal Accounts When Someone Dies
Final Request, Inc. is looking to revolutionize the way we communicate and handle the necessary demands after one’s passing.
Tailoring your clothes can vastly improve how they look.
But it’s sometimes difficult to tell whether clothes fit off the rack or you should get them tailored.
As the world’s leading and largest association funeral service association, the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) announced today that it was taking another step toward uniting funeral professionals around the world by organizing a new Global Committee.
Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. and Suhor Industries, Inc. announced today that the merger of the two firms has been approved this week by each company’s shareholders and Board of Directors. The official date of the merger is July 1, 2014.
These people are nuts!
What death defying hobbies do you have?
We don’t know about you, but a good obituary can truly leave an impression on us. And that’s why we’ve come up with our nine favorite obituaries ever written. But beware: laughter, tears, and inspiration are ahead.
Drop in senior population in some neighborhoods has hurt business, causing some homes to close, but others are finding ways to adapt.
Gentrification is good for almost any business. But for funeral homes, it can be a death knell.
Matthews Announces EarthSmart Cremation Services™ Pilot Project with Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society
Matthews International is proud to announce an exciting new pilot project that brings together two industry pioneers, Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society and Matthews International. The pilot also combines Matthews’ industry-leading environmental technologies with an innovative operating model for Baldwin Brothers as the crematory owner.
Cultures around the world have been practicing all types of crazy funeral rituals to memorialize their loved ones. Some traditions are ancient and have been practiced for centuries, while some are brand new developments thanks to scientific advancements.
Most people speak of those they work with as a team. But, in my experience, people rarely understand what a team really is.
In funeral service what typically represents a team is really a group of people who are very nice but work towards their own ends independently.