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 of CEU credit is available for attendance at this webinar. To learn more and register click here.
Learn more about the WilbertEDU Education series here.
Webinar: Dover Port Mortuary Convention Sneak Peek – “Honoring America’s Fallen Heroes”
This webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, August 24 (TODAY). No CEU credit is available.
According to NFDA the presenter of the webinar is Danielle R. Wilk, a Mortuary Affairs Specialist at the Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations, Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. Ms. Wilk’s primary duties are in embalming, restoration, casketing and return of fallen service members to their families. She also serves as a liaison in the Mortuary Affairs Division providing care, service and support to the families of our fallen Airmen, including those who remain missing in action or killed in action and still unaccounted for. She also assists in educating and training mortuary officers and technicians.
Here’s what NFDA says about this webinar:
“Dover Air Force Base has been home to the mortuary since 1955. It is the duty of Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations to provide America’s fallen heroes with the utmost dignity, honor, and respect. These heroes have always stepped up and fought for freedom and democracy, not only for the United States, but for those who could not fight for themselves, and they deserve our greatest respect. Join us for Dover’s full body wrap demonstration.”
For more information and to register click here.
Podcast: A Brush with Death Podcast #42 – “Why is the American Funeral the way it is?”
This NFDA sponsored podcast features author and funeral director Todd Harra. Mr. Harra has been with McCrery & Harra since 2004. He is a NFDA Certified Crematory Operator, and licensed in the state of Maryland. Todd is the secretary of the Delaware State Funeral Directors Association and a member of the National Funeral Directors Association. Todd is an Amazon bestselling author, having authored several books about the funeral profession.
Here’s what NFDA says about this podcast:
“Funeral Director and author, Todd Harra, joins Gabe on the podcast to discuss his new book Last Rites: The Evolution of the American Funeral. This is a book for funeral directors and non-funeral directors, alike. Gabe and Todd talk about how understanding the history of our profession can make us better in the present and help us to plan for the future.”
To learn more about this podcast and/or listen click here.
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