NFDA Launches the Inspiration Award to Recognize an Exceptional Female or Non-Binary Individual in...
The inaugural award will be presented during the 2023 Professional Women’s Conference in San Antonio, May 5-7, 2023. NFDA is grateful to National Guardian Life (NGL) for sponsoring the Inspiration Award.
Selected Independent Funeral Homes would like to announce its 2023 calendar list of upcoming events which includes Job Fairs, meetings, Group Roundtables, and others.
PRESS RELEASE Nashville, TN — MKJ Marketing Seminars address the most pressing issues facing funeral business owners. During...
Eric R. Trimble of Trimble Funeral Home & Crematory in Moline, Ill. will fill a vacant Board position and serve as the new Group 4 Board Representative.
National Funeral Directors Association members are invited to enter for their chance to participate in the association’s transformational Meet the Mentors program, which will take place March 12-14, 2023, in Atlanta, Georgia.
Finding work-life balance can be especially difficult at this time of year. Between holiday obligations, an already demanding career—and now a newly-developing “tri-demic”—taking time to care for yourself can seem impossible.
More than many other professions, funeral service is a calling to serve families facing some of their most difficult days. Yet, the funeral profession faces an employment crisis as people change careers. Why?
This year, ASD – Answering Service for Directors, the leading call support center for funeral professionals, is celebrating the company’s 50th anniversary.
The Funeral Service Foundation Is Now Accepting Academic Scholarship Applications, Marking 20 Years of...
Up to 35 scholarships ranging from $2,500-$5,000 USD are available this fall to students of funeral service and military veterans.
The funeral profession is not for the faint of heart. You need the compassion to serve grieving families, the self-confidence and leadership skills to do the job, and the ability to find balance between work and your personal life.