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Over the years, the Krause family has offered grief therapy dogs as a unique and special resource for families.
The grief experience is often a private one, but it seems as if the media is turning a corner against the previously held notion that death and dying are “taboo” topics.
The Leader previously interviewed Michigan funeral director Dominick Astorino when he was working to raise $15,000 to travel to Kenya.
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.
There are many podcast series that cover topics within the deathcare industry and are hosted by experts and outsiders alike.
Due to the lack of training, and the spread of diseases like cholera, yellow fever, and malaria, those who work in Kenya’s mortuaries are getting sick and some are even dying from the conditions.
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.
While we’ve all known for a while that dogs are man and woman’s best friend, therapy dogs are being used more and more in different industries to help the humans around them, and many leaders in the funeral profession are right on trend.