Life Celebration, Inc. Introduces A New Addition to Training and Development Team
North Wales, PA- With great excitement, Life Celebration, Inc. announces a new addition to their training and development team. Massachusetts-based, licensed funeral director Jim Heald will soon begin training and on-boarding new funeral homes that join the Life Celebration, Inc Community. Jim is a former funeral home owner with a talent for staging dynamic Life Celebration events for communities throughout the east coast and masterfully writing life stories for obituary publications and funeral home websites.
Heald will work closely with the Pennsylvania-based Life Celebration, Inc. training and development team members to continue to expand and grow the thriving Community of like-minded funeral professionals. Marketing director Shannon Cummings commented on the hiring saying, “We are beyond thrilled to officially announce Jim’s new position within our team. He brings a unique skill-set that features funeral profession know-how blended with an expert eye for staging experiences that frankly the funeral profession hasn’t seen.” Heald has taken a deep-dive into the Life Celebration training and is excited to add his own moxie to the curriculum.
Jim Heald discussed his new role saying, “Working with Life Celebration Inc. is a natural fit for the next phase of my career in funeral service. It enables me to work with like-minded funeral home professionals and implement new techniques and strategies that will set their businesses apart from others. I’m excited about being a part of the Life Celebration team that steers the path towards success in funeral service.”
Life Celebration, Inc. is a multi-faceted, mass-customized design and consulting firm that takes an educational approach to transforming funeral experiences for funeral homes nation-wide and in Canada. To inquire about becoming the exclusive Life Celebration Home in your market, call 888-887-3782, visit www.lifecelebrationinc.com, and see them at booth #2271 at the 2017 NFDA Convention in Boston.