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Back from Baltimore

By Funeral Director Daily / October 13, 2022 /

I’m penning this article on Wednesday, one day before it is published while I have the memories of the National Funeral Directors Association International Expo fresh in my memory.  I spent Saturday through Tuesday afternoon at the convention in Baltimore, Maryland, leaving Tuesday evening and arriving home late on that same evening. In today’s edition…

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

By Funeral Director Daily / August 24, 2022 /

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…

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CANA, NFDA offer valuable insights with conventions, programming

By Funeral Director Daily / July 18, 2022 /

The Cremation Association of North America (CANA) is getting ready to host its 104th Annual Cremation Innovation Convention in Atlanta, Georgia, from August 17-19.  The event will have some of the most powerful speakers in the death care industry involved and on hand for operators to learn from. Brian Waters, funeral director, embalmer and host…

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Johnson Consulting: 5 Things you need to know about taxes right now

By Funeral Director Daily / September 28, 2021 /

In today’s Afternoon Edition we bring you some items of interest from our friends at Johnson Consulting Group, Clifton Larson Allen, and the National Funeral Directors Association. From Johnson Consulting it is things to know about taxes. . . From CLA it is how you can turn challenges into opportunities. . .and from our friends…

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News you can Use

By Funeral Director Daily / June 18, 2021 /

In our continuing desire to keep funeral service professionals up to date on what is happening in the industry, we bring you these sources of information which may be of information to you.  Have a great weekend. NFDA “A Brush with Death” podcast series —  Podcast #25 brings you the “Class of 2021”.  In this…

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Weekend Edition. . . .News you can use

By Funeral Director Daily / January 15, 2021 /

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…

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Renew your commitment

By Funeral Director Daily / December 11, 2020 /

Funeral directors are interesting creatures.  We live to serve. . . . that doesn’t happen in every profession. I told my wife the other day as we live in this pandemic world every body seems to have all the answers.  Politicians are acting as scientists, scientists are acting like politicians, parents know more than the…

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NFDA news you can use. . . a couple of California stories that break hearts

By Funeral Director Daily / December 7, 2020 /

This afternoon we are bringing you some news from the National Funeral Directors Association as well as a couple of stories that we uncovered about death care in California that point out the tragedy of humanity in the lives of those less fortunate than many of us. First of all, the National Funeral Directors Association…

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Afternoon Edition: News you can use

By Funeral Director Daily / September 9, 2020 /

In today’s Afternoon Edition we bring you information from some of our colleagues in the death care industry.  We have news from the National Funeral Directors Association about their upcoming national convention as well as three new podcasts from them that you might find interesting.  We also have news from some of our business associates…

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Afternoon edition: Forbes offers Preneed advice to consumers

By Funeral Director Daily / August 17, 2020 /

In this day and age it seems that when you are reading a newspaper or watching television for the news, it is not only enough to read or watch, but you may find it necessary to know the political persuasion of the entity presenting the news to get an accurate read on it.  You have…

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