Getting Ready For Your Meeting With The Funeral Home

22 October 2019
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Whether you are pre-planning for your own or making arrangements to organise a befitting send-off for a loved one who has just passed on, funeral arrangements can be quite overwhelming. It helps matters a lot when you are working with a professional funeral home. Once you have settled on a funeral home whose services you will engage, here are a few pointers to keep in mind as you prepare to go in for that first meeting. Read More 

Ways You Can Upgrade Your Funeral Home as a Funeral Director

29 July 2019
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As a funeral director, you likely want to ensure you stay modern. You want to make sure that you are keeping family-based clients while also attracting new clients. In order to do this, you need to make sure your funeral home offers amenities that others may not. Here are a few ways funeral directors can upgrade their funeral homes to keep clients and attract new ones. Banquet Services One aspect of a memorial service is having a catered memorial lunch or dinner. Read More 

What to Know Before Starting a Cemetery Restoration Committee

9 January 2019
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There is often little thought given to cemetery preservation as part of local historical groups and committees. In many cases, it is left to funeral homes to form their own preservation and cemetery restoration groups. If you are a funeral home director, and you are considering restoration projects for some of the cemeteries you have on your roster, there are some things to consider. Here are a few things you need to know before starting the restoration committee and setting dates for projects. Read More