Friday, April 19, 2024

Blog Roundup: Posts Worth Checking Out

One of the best ways to stay up to date with the latest trends in any industry is by reading blogs from different publications....

New HBO Documentary Shows ‘New Ways to Die in America’

It’s no secret to anyone in the deathcare industry that more and more consumers want to add personalized touches to their end-of-life arrangements.

New Video Library Shares Expert Advice from Industry Leaders

The ICCFA Educational Foundation, led by President Jim Price of Park Lawn Corporation, has released a new video library showcasing knowledge and expertise from more than 30 leaders in the deathcare industry.

Halcyon Deathcare Management Solutions Partners with First American

Halcyon, one of the top names in the deathcare management profession, recently tapped First American as its payment processor of record.

Pet Loss Ideas Every Funeral Home Can Use

You may already be assisting clients with the loss of their beloved family pet or may still be contemplating what it would look like to add these services to your existing offerings.

Deathcare Podcasts You Should Know About

There are many podcast series that cover topics within the deathcare industry and are hosted by experts and outsiders alike.

Schoedinger Partners With Eterneva for Diamond Memorialization

An Austin startup company that turns ashes into diamonds has raised $1.2 million in its first round of funding.

Why Going Green Now is Easier Than You Think

When it comes to green funerals or natural burials, your community may be a lot more open to the idea than you think.
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Interview with a Funeral Leader: Bill Wappner

William “Bill” Wappner is a trusted authority in the deathcare industry, previously serving as president of the National Funeral Directors Association and the Ohio Funeral Directors Association.

Should Funeral Advertising Ever Be Funny?

Advertisers often use shock value and humor as their chosen methods of captivating an audience. However, there are some areas of life where humor and shock value are not as readily accepted, including funeral services and funeral advertising.