By Leader Contributor Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D. I often say that when words are inadequate, have a ceremony. However,...
We start off this edition of Leader Links with some tragic news, following a mass shooting outside a funeral home in the South Side of Chicago.
Following a nationwide request for nominations from child bereavement field professionals and an election by the membership of the organization, the National Alliance for Grieving Children (NAGC) announced that its membership and Board of Directors has elected Catherine Alicia Georges and Jim Price as members of the Board of Directors for the National Alliance for Grieving Children.
As our country copes with thousands of tragic deaths during the pandemic, we want to honor the lives of those we have lost within our profession during the past few weeks.
As we continue to push through the summer months, it appears the pandemic isn’t going away anytime soon. Here’s a look at how leaders across the industry are reacting to the latest developments within our industry, including funeral directors, cemeterians, and government agencies.
Funeral Service Foundation’s COVID-19 Crisis Response Fund Reaches Nearly $500,000 Thanks to $97,500 in...
Major gift support from the Memorial Classic, Matthews International, The Baue Charitable Fund, The McComb Family Foundation, Terrybear Urns & Memorials and John & Barbara Wenig brings the total available to grant to $481,000.
As COVID-19 disrupts all aspects of our lives, here’s a roundup of several different interesting and thought-provoking articles covering different aspects of the pandemic.
For the first time, NFDA is giving attendees two ways to attend this dynamic event, offering both in-person and virtual conference options.
The National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) is pleased to announce the individuals who have been elected by acclamation to serve as officers on the 2020-21 Board of Directors.
Editor’s note: Navigating through these unprecedented times has been hard for everyone. Death seems to be everywhere we look these days, making...