As Senior Legal Counsel for Carriage Services, a large portion of my work focuses on helping Carriage funeral homes and cemeteries navigate family dynamics to ensure that families get the best possible service at the lowest possible risk to the business.
Foundation Partners Group, a leading provider of innovative funeral and cemetery experiences and products, today announced the acquisition of Farley Funeral Homes and Crematory in Venice and North Port, Florida, and Venice Memorial Gardens in Venice, Florida.
Nashville, TN — After coping with restrictions and social distancing for over a year, there’s no better time to take a trip to the country music capital of the world.
NFDA Will Bring the Funeral Service Profession Together Again at the 2021 International Convention...
The National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) is bringing the funeral service profession together for the 2021 International Convention & Expo, taking place October 17 through 20 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Based upon research studies conducted by MKJ Marketing over four decades, 80% of consumers consider all funeral homes to be the same. Why? How can 15,000 independent and corporate funeral facilities be so similar that 80% of consumers cannot differentiate one from the other?
Foundation Partners Group, a leading provider of innovative funeral and cemetery experiences and products, today announced the acquisition of Atkins-Northland Funeral Home & Cremation Service in Cloquet, Minnesota.
Passare® is excited to announce a new website integration with MKJ Marketing.
Passare® is proud to offer an automated daily export integration with Precoa’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system and industry-leading Funeral Planning Center.
The changes to the funeral profession will only continue, and individuals will need to swiftly adapt but through a blend of creativity, compassionate care, and technology, it will truly be a triumphant evolution.
F. Daniel Moloney Jr. and Peter G. Moloney, co-owners of Moloney Family Funeral Homes, worked through the darkest days of the pandemic in the epicenter of it all — New York City.