Over the years, the Krause family has offered grief therapy dogs as a unique and special resource for families.
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All of our industry’s leaders will be attending the National Funeral Directors Association International Convention & Expo in Chicago next week.
While the world is full of “can’ts” right now, there are so many things loving pet parents and pet care professionals CAN be doing. Whether the timing is an end-of-life walk or the death is happening right now, pet parents still desire the experience of knowing they could still have a meaningful end in the loss of a precious and loved pet.
As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise across the world and our country, funeral professionals are rushing to find answers and solutions to ensure the safety of both their employees and the families they serve.
Erin Williamson is a vice president at Altmeyer Funeral Homes & Crematory, which now operates more than 40 funeral and cremation businesses across the East Coast.
Keith Walker, president and licensed funeral director at Walker Funeral Homes & Crematory, has proven himself as an industry leader through his decades of work within funeral service.
Your most valuable business asset is your funeral home’s image. With surging cremation rates, more families are looking for providers and comparing you with your competitors.