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More than anyone, those in funeral care understand how beneficial it is to pay tribute when a friend or family member dies. That’s why it’s important to have ideas on hand for families so they can begin the grieving process when normal rituals aren’t possible.
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Foundation Partners Group, operator of more than 135 funeral homes, cremation centers and cemeteries across the U.S., is prepared with the experience, resources and technology to safely care for grieving families during this unprecedented outbreak.
Legacy’s full-service platform has deployed significant resources and fast-tracked critical new products to support our funeral home partners with emergency obituary updates, consumer-focused end-of-life resources, and remote funeral participation.
The teams at LifeWeb 360 and New Narrative have co-created a free, step-by-step resource guide for funeral directors on how to create virtual gatherings to keep communities together during social distancing.
Funeral Directors Life is proud to be the first preneed insurance company to offer an online signature option for preneed contracts at no charge. This solution is fully integrated with DIGicon®, the company’s proprietary preneed sales software.
We originally came to Florida to conduct our Naples seminar, but now we are secluded in our condo overlooking the beach and a hotel pool. The Florida weather is beautiful, but no one is able to fully enjoy it, as confirmed cases of COVID-19 increase every day, causing consumers’ fears and anxieties to heighten as well.
With the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak being felt across the nation, many funeral directors are concerned about being able to meet with families in person to make arrangements.
The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in an unprecedented era for our nation and world. Situations and circumstances are constantly changing, prompting many of us to rethink or change traditional or normal elements of our lives — even the smallest gestures like hugs and handshakes are currently not deemed to be acceptable.