For some, leaving a final gift for loved ones may extend beyond setting up funeral plans in advance. A terminal illness is a terrible tragedy to befall anyone, but as any funeral director will tell you, there is often light in even the darkest places. We have found some incredible examples of people who made arrangements to send love and comfort to their families from beyond the grave.
Wilbert Funeral Services’ Pierce Chemical group, a leading provider of chemicals and other products for preparation rooms, is pleased to announce the addition of Abby Shurtz as Sales Representative for the Dallas-Fort Worth area and the eastern region of Texas.
A new burial area for lesbians only is being inaugurated this weekend in a two-century-old cemetery in the German capital.
The group was given use of the cemetery area for 30 years in exchange for cleaning up and landscaping the area, and promising to be responsible for its upkeep.
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TributeArt is pleased to introduce the exclusive line of bronze tribute art sculptures by Wyland. These exceptional pieces will be marketed exclusively across North America through select FrontRunner clients.
While continuing to try and create new ways to help families who are suffering a loss, A Simple Thank You would like to announce a new offering.
StoneMor Partners L.P. announced today that it has signed definitive agreements to purchase 9 funeral homes, 12 cemeteries and 2 crematories from Service Corporation International for an aggregate purchase price of approximately $53.8 million in cash.
With the ICCFA convention next week in Las Vegas we thought we would share a short video on how to pack a suit.
Last Thursday Connecticut past a law raising the state’s minimum wage from $8.70 to $10.10 an hour, making it the highest of any state in the nation.
The Huffington Post interviewed funeral director Bill Iovanne, Jr. regarding the minimum wage increase and this was his reply:
Do you think funeral homes should have a right to choose what website provider they use and what management software provider they choose? Should funeral directors start to require these providers to play nice with each other?