I wholeheartedly believe in the power of recording an online funeral service and making it accessible to families and loved ones, who are both present and virtual.
For years, funeral industry professionals and the general public alike have turned to cremation as a “cheap option” when it comes to disposition. However, we are beginning to see an expansion in how the deathcare industry is framing cremation for families.
Gabby Petito is a name everyone across the country — and the world — became familiar with after the 22-year-old disappeared during a cross-country van trip with her fiancé.
Basham Funeral Care, a Bakersfield CA funeral operation with four locations, was honored to conduct a memorial service for Corporal Hunter Lopez of Indio, CA.
For many people, CANA’s 2020 Cremation Symposium would be the final in-person industry conference they attended for months.
From the “Death Positive” movement in Austin, TX, to the rare access to a funeral for a Brazilian tribe chief, the funeral industry reaches every part of the world, and here’s the roundup of the most recent links to keep you informed.
We are beginning to see a much-needed shift in the way our profession thinks about, talks about, and sells cremation services to families.
Today, it is more important than ever to understand the wishes of the people arranging the funeral and help them plan personalized tributes that honor the life lived.
Life Forest is the first cemetery to legally offer burial of human and pet composted and cremated remains in a deed-recorded cemetery plot where the bereaved can plant a tree to serve as a memorial marker.
We know a video is powerful enough to stand the test of time and has the ability to live on through generations, but how can you utilize this power for your funeral home in a similar and long-lasting way?