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Common Funeral Etiquette

Funeral Etiquette

Are you preparing to attend a funeral? If you haven’t been to one in a while, you might want to take some time to brush up on your etiquette. It’s very important to follow a few simple etiquette rules in order to avoid embarrassing yourself or making anyone at the funeral feel uncomfortable. Take a […]

78th Annual National Convention For the National Funeral Directors & Morticians Association, Inc.

  Are you looking for new and innovative ways to spruce up your funeral home, add or take away different pieces to your building, or choose from different hearse drivers? Look no further, the National Convention and Exposition funded by the National Funeral Directors & Morticians Associated, Inc. has got you covered! Attending this renowned […]

The Importance of Clarifying How You Want Your Funeral to Unfold


  Have you ever thought about how you’d like your funeral to be? Do you want an open casket or closed? Religious service or not? Cremation or burial? There are a lot of questions and choices that come with end-of-life situations, and better to answer them before you’re gone, so your next-of-kin aren’t left wondering […]

The Benefits of Being a Funeral Director

Funeral Directors

  In a shaky economy, one job with great stability is that of funeral director. Since death is inevitable, there’s always a need for those still living to direct funerals. Did you ever consider this unique but rewarding line of work?   Funerals are momentous occasions, where the living both mourn the dead and celebrate […]

Why Funeral Directors Need an Extensive Inventory of Funeral Supplies

Funeral Director

  Funeral directors provide an invaluable service to their clients during a real time of need. Undoubtedly, losing a loved one is one of, if not the most difficult ordeal that humans must endure, and funeral directors help relatives and friends find closure.   After losing a loved one, family members, friends and colleagues naturally […]

Reasons Why People Choose Cremation


  Let’s be honest. Nobody wants to think about what’s done with them after they die. Nevertheless, it’s one of the most monumental decisions individuals or their families make. People are concerned with the burden that will be placed on those they leave behind, and many times will elect to do whatever lightens that burden. […]

Tips for Writing a Eulogy

Few things are more stressful and draining than going through the process of burying a loved one.  That said, the process also provides loved ones of the deceased with an opportunity to celebrate the life of their relative or friend.   One of the best ways to honor the memory of a deceased loved one […]


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