Debbie Heneghan Empowers the Bereaved to Turn Pain Into Peace

When a loved one passes away, there’s typically no shortage of unsolicited bereavement advice from friends and family members.

Burial Options For The Environmentally Conscious

As a funeral director, you may have noticed a rise in requests for green burials.

Tenth Death, Dying and Disposal Conference

The Tenth Death, Dying and Disposal Conference (DDD10) will be held at Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, on 9-12 September 2011.

Merry Christmas…

Have a great holiday weekend, and we hope you enjoy your family and friends. We’ll be back on Monday, January 27th. See you then!

The Case of World War I Part II

There were two main arguments used by those who favored keeping American military dead in cemeteries overseas.

The Public Outcry for Funeral Reform

There were many popular press reports and articles which claimed to expose the funeral business as a fraud.

Memory Keepers: The First Role Of A Funeral Director

How can you help to make your client’s experience unique to the memory of their loved ones?

Jeffrey Jentzen, MD, PhD to Speak about Death

A death occurs at home, in a hospital, on a street: why? As Jeffrey Jentzen reveals, we often never know.

The Debate over the Care of the Dead: The Case of World War I

From the early of the twentieth century to the early 1960’s, there was much popular concern about the value and fairness of the funeral industry.

Room For Renewal: Improving Restroom Facilities In Funeral Homes

As a funeral director, you can be of great benefit to your client’s needs by enhancing each aspect of your establishment’s facilities.