Afternoon Edition: Misconceptions about cremation, alderman proposes annexing Chicago area cemetery, more
In today’s Afternoon Edition of Funeral Director Daily we bring you some interesting articles. Included among them is an article aimed at consumers that takes note on 10 misconceptions about cremation.
We also have an article where politicians are wondering what they can do with a cemetery that is located in an area that they say is “lawless”. And, we bring you news on a funeral home transfer as well as an article on a new cremation garden in a Rochester, New York suburb.
Finally, we have information on an educational webinar brought to funeral directors everywhere from the International Cemetery, Cremation & Funeral Association Educational Foundation and the National Alliance for Grieving Children. The webinar is set for tomorrow, October 7, and will include a panel of experts who will focus on the insights of funeral service professionals. To learn more about the “Speaking Grief” documentary and this panel discussion, please click here.
News from the world of Death Care:
- Fed up with funeral related violence, alderman proposes annexing Mt. Hope Cemetery. Chicago Sun Times
- Rochester Catholic cemetery opens new cremation garden. Catholic Courier
- New funeral director’s to continue Huebner family’s level of care and service. The Denison Bulletin Review (IA)
- 10 Common misconceptions about cremation, and why it’s becoming more popular. Market Watch