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?
The Cremation Association of North America (CANA) has developed a new training program to help find the opportunity in cremation, grow staff’s confidence to serve all families with compassion, and support a business’s sustainability.
Foundation Partners Group, a leading provider of innovative deathcare solutions, today announced that it has acquired Solace Cremation, a Portland, Oregon-based online cremation company serving families in Oregon, California and Florida.
The Cremation Association of North America (CANA) welcomed new board members and recognized the service of others at the Annual Meeting of the Membership in August 2022.
Legacy Touch is well known for helping families across the world honor the lives of their loved ones through high-quality personalized and engraved fingerprint and cremation jewelry.
Starmark, a leading provider of innovative funeral products, is pleased to announce that its Nature’s Way® Natural and Terra green burial and cremation containers have been certified by the Green Burial Council.
The long-lasting repercussions of COVID-19 are only just now being fully understood as data from the last two years becomes more widely accessible.
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In April 2022, CANA conducted a new research project with The Harris Poll to find out how many cremated remains are at home, what these households plan to do with them, and much more.
Based on advance registrations, the Cremation Association of North America’s 104th Cremation Innovation Convention in Atlanta, Georgia is the place to be this August!