Tag: funeral podcasts

Afternoon Edition

Top read stories and more information for you

It is our custom at Funeral Director Daily to post the top-read stories of the past 30 days at the middle of every month.  Just in case you missed one or two of them.  . here they are. In addition we are putting out some information for that you may find useful pertaining to the CANA Peer Network and new offerings from the NFDA’s podcast series, A Brush with Death. Here are Funeral Director Daily’s top-read articles from August 15 […]

Afternoon Edition

WilbertEDU to present “Grief in Children’s Literature” CEU webinar

On Thursday, September 1, Wilbert’s WilbertEDU continuing education series will feature author Jessica Vitalis discussing her 2021 book, The Wolf’s Curse.  Here’s what Wilbert says about the topic: “In this WilbertEDU session, Jessica discusses grief in children’s literature and how she came to write The Wolf’s Curse, which chronicles the journey of a 12-year-old apprentice named Gauge. Join us as we learn about Gauge, his journey, and why the topic of grief in children’s literature is so important.” One hour […]

Afternoon Edition

Tidbits from my desk. . . including news you can use

As Funeral Director Daily becomes a more popular medium read by more and more death care insiders, I also receive more and more news from funeral home and cemetery interests.  It becomes impossible, in a one-topic per day blog, to feature each and every bit of information I receive.  So, in an effort to get more and more relevant information to our readers, I’ve chosen this randomly published forum to disseminate that information. Today, we have interesting podcasts that feature […]

Afternoon Edition

Weekend Edition. . . .News you can use

As we head into the weekend I’m clearing off my desk and have some information from some of our favorite friends at Clifton Larson Allen, Roosevelt Investments, and the National Funeral Directors Association that may be of interest to you.  In addition, I’m throwing a couple of articles out there that are not necessarily death care related but are business related in general and I thought readers may find them interesting.  Those articles deal with baby boomer business sellers and […]