“Honor Guard” covers the training cycles of the 3rd Infantry's Regimental Orientation Program, the U.S. Army's Caisson Platoon, the U.S. Army's Drill Team, and Delta Company's Full-Honors Casket Platoon.
Legacy.com is pleased to announce the successful completion of its annual matching donation campaign with the Funeral Service Foundation. This is the fifth year the company has sponsored a dollar-for-dollar match, driving a total of $225,000 in direct and matched gifts to the Foundation.
Members of the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) who are in the market for a new personal vehicle or want to add to their rolling stock will want to explore the special incentives available through the association’s new exclusive Mercedes-Benz Member Program.
The Funeral Service Foundation is launching a matching gift campaign backed by the generosity of Legacy.com. For the fifth year in row, the longtime supporter is matching dollar-for-dollar the first $22,500 in contributions to help raise $45,000 in honor of the Foundation’s founding year, 1945.
As part of our “Leaders During COVID” contest, we requested all of you to share details about the professionals who have been going above and beyond during this time.
By Leader Contributor Jessie Rigney Right now, our circumstances are changing almost daily due to COVID-19. Some businesses and places...
Selected’s new Board Officers were officially installed on October 2 as part of the association’s first-ever virtual Annual Meeting.
During these difficult times, all of us at The Leader have been particularly inspired by our nation’s “Last Responders.” These men and women have found the courage to step up when our country needed them the most and continue to do so every day — even though the risks still run high.
As the world continues to grapple with the harsh reality of COVID-19 continuing into the fall months of 2020, here’s a look at some industry-related stories you’ll want to check out from around the world.
Without a funeral, what are the hundreds of thousands of families who have lost or will lose a loved one during the pandemic, regardless of cause of death, supposed to do?