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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.
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.
Bereavement professionals such as funeral directors, embalmers, cemetery workers, crematorium operators, and their support staff may regularly engage with diverse, potentially psychologically traumatic events.
Tools to Generate New Business, the third session in CANA’s Art and Science of Cremation: Crucial Conversations Virtual Series series, goes live on Wednesday, April 7, 1 pm CT.
In connection with our first-ever Mortuary School Spirit Contest, we spoke with Tanya Scotece, Ph.D., who is a licensed funeral director and a professor at Miami Dade College.
Award-winning speaker and author Stephen Shapiro’s last in-person speaking engagement before the pandemic shutdown was at MKJ Marketing’s Ski Summit in 2020.
Due to the unprecedented, ongoing public health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) has decided to cancel its 2021 Advocacy Summit.
Every operating deathcare business has its own unique combination of marketing challenges.
Now the Cremation Association of North America Crematory Operations Certification Program™ (CANA COCP™) provides best practices in Alkaline Hydrolysis (AH), too!