Yes, there is really a used casket for sale on craigslist. Seller states ‘the inside stinks a little but you get use to it’.
The nationally syndicated series, Manufacturing Marvels, on The Fox Business Network will profile Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. (WFSI) on Monday, February 17, between 9:30-9:44 p.m. ET. The two-minute spot will focus on the industry-leading products manufactured and offered by Wilbert and its Licensee network and how they provide peace of mind for families.
NewBridge Group (www.NewBridgeGroup.com), one of the nation’s leading succession planners to the funeral industry, is pleased to announce the continued expansion of services into the Midwest with Senior Advisor, Tony Kumming.
Thacker Caskets, Inc, Funeral Service’s imagination leader, has rocked the industry once again. Thacker’s new “Remembrance Line” of metal rental caskets joins Thacker’s groundbreaking “Value Line” caskets; Thacker’s paradigm shattering “TTNL” merchandising system; and Thacker’s iArrange interactive virtual casket display program as incredibly important industry innovations.
Yes, you read it correctly. Thacker has pioneered a selection of 6 metal rental caskets available in today’s most popular finish colors and themes.
Paul had been with FrontRunner for nearly 7 years when he took some time away to assist his wife, who just so happens to also be a creative designer, in the creation of Orlando Creative Studios. Paul brings extensive experience to the table having worked as the creative director at MKJ for over 14 years before partnering with Doug Clery in 1999 to form the agency, Adfinity.
Not all new solutions will work for all funeral homes, and – quite frankly – not all pieces of new technology offer enough value to make their implementation worthwhile. As a result, it’s imperative that funeral homes take the time to carefully evaluate any new services in the context of their unique customer bases and financial circumstances.
Patty Hutcheson, President of Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service, Decatur GA, announces her retirement from Gupton-Jones which will be effective in August, 2014.
Mrs. Hutcheson has dedicated twenty-six years to the college and its students, serving as President since 2000.
Erika Lohr has joined Forethought Life Insurance Company as a business development director for the Life Division. She will be responsible for managing preneed life insurance key accounts, fostering growth through existing relationships, and cultivating new business opportunities in the Rocky Mountain territory.
There is a lot of hype these days about electronic guest books and most of the hype, of course, is coming from the technology companies producing them.
As the CEO of a technology company, this latest fad serves to remind me that when it comes to technology, just because we can, doesn’t mean we should.
While on the senior class trip to the University of Alabama’s Anatomical Donation Center, one high school student did what many high school students do… she took a selfie. (For those non-web savvy readers, a “selfie” is when someone takes a photo of themselves with their phone.)
The issue here is that she opted to include a cadaver in this picture.