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Things to Consider When Running a Funeral Home

Trends for Funeral Directors

There are about 20,000 funeral homes in the U.S. right now. That means that you’re going to need to do certain things to make your funeral home stand out if you own one or are in charge of operating one. Making sure your funeral home is situated in the right location is a great start. […]

A Brief Look at the history of the Funeral Industry

History of Funerals

When people see hearses and funeral homes these days, they don’t think they’re unusual. But if you took someone from the U.S. who was alive in the 1800s and plopped them down into modern day Johnstown, PA, they’d feel like they were in a totally different, foreign world! Pre-20th Century Funerals Until the 20th Century, […]

The Types of Funeral Services Directors Should Prepare For

Funeral Services

As a funeral director, it’s your job to provide families with the types of funeral services that they want for their loved ones. There are several types of services that you should be prepared to arrange for families in the process of planning them. Here are the 4 main types of funeral services and some […]

Current Changes in the Funeral Industry

Funeral Industry Trends

Over the course of the last 20 years, more and more Americans have chosen cremations over traditional burials. In fact, the cremation rate currently sits at just above 50 percent—and it could climb even higher than that in the coming years. There are many other changes that have rocked the funeral industry, too. Here are […]

The Different Modes of Funeral Transportation

Funeral Transportation Options

Funerals involve a lot of people, including friends and family of the person who died. Everybody needs to get places– from home to the funeral to the cemetery and then some… What are some funeral transportation options? Funeral Transportation Options Typically, when there’s a funeral, there’s usually a burial or cremation afterward. The traditional custom […]

On Overview of Funeral Procession Driving

Funeral Procession Driving

Funeral processions these days typically involve lots of vehicles, since that is the main way people get around rural, suburban and urban areas. When you attend a funeral, you’re most likely going to encounter a staff member from the funeral home who is directing you where and how to park your vehicle. He or she […]

The Evolution of Funeral Prayer Cards

Prayer Cards

When people attend funeral services at funeral homes, they often leave with a prayer card tucked in their pocket. Most families provide prayer cards to those who show up for a loved one’s funeral services so that they can continue to pray for the deceased moving forward. Prayer cards also help people remember the date […]

Trends Funeral Directors Should Be Aware Of

Trends for Funeral Directors

If you work as a funeral director at a funeral home, it’s extremely important for you to stay on top of the latest trends affecting the funeral industry. It’ll allow you to do your job more effectively when families come to you for assistance with planning funerals. Check out several of the trends that are […]

How Funeral Directors Can Best Serve Their Clients

Funeral Directors

Funeral directors play an essential role in the funeral-planning process. When a family contacts a funeral home and asks them to help make arrangements for their loved one, a funeral director will be in charge of scheduling everything. It can be a demanding job, but it can also be very rewarding when you spend your […]

Funeral Procession Etiquette When Using a Hearse

Hearse Rentals

A funeral procession is one of the final parts of a traditional burial service. Following a funeral, attendees will exit a church or funeral home and proceed to a cemetery for a burial for the deceased. During this procession, it’s important for people to practice proper funeral etiquette. Take a look at some funeral procession […]

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