With the internet and social media, today’s consumer is inundated by information, so how do you cut through all of the noise and engage with them in a meaningful way?
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.
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.
Dexter David’s journey provides a compelling look at how you can pursue your passions and still have a calling for funeral service. His story is a great resource to share with those in the next generation who you think would excel in our profession.
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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.
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.
Byron Calhoun’s family has been in the funeral industry for over 65 years, and he knew it was his responsibility — and calling — to continue the family business.
The leaders in the deathcare industry understand why it’s so important to build relationships on social media and have seen significant results because they’ve invested in their online presence.
F. Daniel Moloney Jr. and Peter G. Moloney, co-owners of Moloney Family Funeral Homes, worked through the darkest days of the pandemic in the epicenter of it all — New York City.
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