Exciting News! Funeral Finance, LLC is launching operations in California. We are selecting seasoned funeral service professionals as Account Managers.
The parents of Reddit posed the question: “What is the creepiest thing your young child has ever said to you?” The responses were bone-chilling.
The funeral profession is taking over Instagram!
”Things” start happening well before the challenges are apparent. Almost all of these “things” are correctible and most are the result of benign neglect.
Have you ever seen an elderly person with long, droopy earlobes? There’s a way to fix that after death!
50 years later and the same funeral stereotypes still exist…but those stereotypes won’t change until funeral directors do.
The International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association elected new leadership during its 2013 Annual Convention & Exposition, April 10-13, in Tampa, Florida
Expression Guest Registry ™ is designed to help funeral directors easily capture information on people attending a service.
The purpose of this post is to simply convey the idea of “How can that be So?”.
If you wanted your last ride to be in or on a Fiat 500 hearse, you’re out of luck. Unless you’re going to do-it-yourself (DIY)!
As we all know too well, most interactions and communication is done online using a wide variety of social networks. What may not be taken into consideration is the role ethics plays with online sharing and communication, or that there needs to be a place for ethics in social media.
For the past decade, I’ve seen funeral homes and cemeteries blame the increase in the cremation rate for the challenges they experience as they struggle to survive in an increasingly competitive environment. Their solution has been to simply wait for something to happen, and then formulate their reaction after the fact.
As members of the funeral profession why are we ok with the conversation about our area of expertise being controlled by someone else?
Question: There is a new competitor in my area that is starting to get some traction with calls. I have tried some advertising with limited success; however I want to develop relationships with other professionals in my community. Our firm has been serving for over fifty five years and I’m starting to become concerned that I could lose ground for all of the hard work by my family. Do you have any suggestions on business community outreach?