Wednesday, April 14, 2021
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What Matters Most to Millennials Planning Funerals

As millennials age, they are engaging more with the funeral process, whether as a secondary decision-maker for extended family, or even navigating the death of a parent.
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How to Engage with Your Community on Social Media: Interview with Funeral Leader D.J....

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.
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Planning Preneed Events That Work: Interview with Funeral Leader Margarita Hernandez

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?

Could 2021 Be Your Firm’s Best Year Yet? It Depends on the Lens You...

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.
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Interview with a Funeral Leader: Bill Wappner

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.
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Staffing Crisis & Today’s Life Celebrations: Interview with Funeral Leader Jimmy Altmeyer Jr.

Jimmy Altmeyer Jr. is the president of Altmeyer Funeral Homes & Crematory, which now operates more than 40 funeral and cremation businesses across the East Coast.
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Engaging Today’s Preneed Consumer: Interview with Funeral Leader Erin Williamson

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.
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A Man of Many Brands: Interview with Funeral Leader Paul St. Pierre

By Leader Editor Kara Apel Paul St. Pierre is in a league of his own. Not only...
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Staying Ahead of the Curve: Interview with Funeral Leader Byron Calhoun

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.