Tuesday, June 22, 2021

CANA Announces Pandemic Cremation Data & 2030 Predictions

The Cremation Association of North America (CANA) has just released its latest Annual Statistics Report featuring final 2019 cremation data, newly released 2020 data, and projections to 2025 and 2030.

Passare® Announces New Integration with MKJ Marketing

Passare® is excited to announce a new website integration with MKJ Marketing.

Forging a Meaningful, Pre-Need Connection With Your Online Guests

“No one wants to plan their own funeral,” says James Montgomery, OneRoom’s national sales director, in a recent interview. His frank admission is based on nearly 15 years of industry experience, including a decade-plus tenure at Service Corporation International.

Discounted CANA Certification Honors Military Service Members

The Cremation Association of North America (CANA) is proud to honor active and veteran military service members with discounted registration on its Crematory Operations Certification Programs.

Registration Now Open for CANA’s 103rd In-Person Cremation Innovation Convention

During the challenges of 2020, CANA held a successful virtual convention attracting record-breaking numbers of attendees to what was the first of many events. This year, the association and its leadership see a path to connecting in-person safely.

Thinking Outside of the Box: Interview with Funeral Leader Connor Moloney

What excites Connor Moloney most about the funeral service industry is the new technology that is available to create unique and innovative ways to serve families.

Passare® Proud to Partner with Precoa

Passare® is proud to offer an automated daily export integration with Precoa’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system and industry-leading Funeral Planning Center.

A Fresh Take on Funeral Service: Interview with Funeral Leader Nicole Krause

As a Funeral Director and a Celebrant, Nicole Krause has a clear vision of how today’s families have different needs. Krause spoke with Leader Editor Kara Apel at MKJ Marketing’s 2021 Marketing Summit in Naples, FL, about how the profession is changing.

From a Funeral Director: Why Livestreaming Is Here to Stay

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.

Courageous Leadership During Dark Times: Interview with Funeral Leaders Dan and Peter Moloney

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.