Flowers Replaces Sheehan at The Helm of Bass-Mollett

Funeral Industry News Funeral Industry Press Releases December 11, 2019

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Flowers Replaces Sheehan at The Helm of Bass-Mollett

GREENVILLE, IL – December 11, 2019 John Flowers, Chairman and CEO of Bass-Mollett, has returned to work full time at Bass-Mollett and has replaced Dan Sheehan to lead the company. “I appreciate the opportunity John and Tadd Flowers afforded me to lead Bass-Mollett for over four years.” Sheehan said. He added, “The employees and sales representatives are an amazing collection of talented people and our customers are equally as special. I will never forget them or the other people I was fortunate to meet in the funeral profession. I wish John and Bass-Mollett the best moving forward.”

John Flowers switched his role from day to day operations in late 2015 to focus on designing a new personalization software platform from the ground up, Directors Print Suite. He recently moved back to Greenville, Illinois from California and is prepared, energized and excited to resume the leadership of his family business.

About Bass-Mollett

Established in 1951, Bass-Mollett Publishers, Inc. is celebrating its 68th year of supplying the funeral industry, helping Funeral Homes through a network of Independent Sales Professionals. Bass-Mollett’s mission has always been to provide customized solutions to Funeral Directors using excellent quality, value, and service so that each family they serve may memorialize their loved one with dignity. Now in its 4th generation of family ownership, Bass-Mollett will continue to proudly and consistently serve the funeral industry for decades.