6 Magic Powers That All Funeral Professionals Possess

Who among us can’t be dazzled by a little bit of magic? Sometimes magic and mystique are the only logical explanations for what we experience in life, from how we scored the perfect parking spot right in front of the mall on Black Friday, to that pair of jeans that just seems to make 10 […]

5 Unexpected Ways Labor Day Can Make Your Funeral Home More Successful

Ahhh, Labor Day. A time for grillin, chillin, and connecting with your families, positioning yourself as a leader in your community. “Wait, what?” is probably what you’re thinking. And that’s OK!. That’s why we’re here… to tell you how you can use Labor Day (and all holidays just like it) to create a unique relationship […]

6 Independence Day DIYs That Are Great For A Patriotic Funeral

For some people around the world, the 4th of July is just another day. But if you live in America, you know that this day (and really the entire weekend that surrounds it) is something special. It’s a chance to celebrate where we come from, who we are and what we stand for. It’s a […]

6 Ways To Help Families Honor Loved Ones This Memorial Day

Surrounding our line of work is this idea that funeral professionals somehow become desensitized to death and tragedy. Because at the crux of what we do each day is death, grief and memorializing lost loved ones, it’s not hard for outsiders to assume that we are, in a sense, numb to it all—that we’re not […]

5 Reasons Why Kids Should Grow Up To Be Funeral Directors

Firefighter, president of the universe, pizza maker, astronaut—all common answers from kids when they’re asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” And they’re all good ones, but we happen to think there’s another great answer missing from the list: funeral director. Okay, so we can admit that not a lot of […]

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A Christmas Wish For Funeral Professionals From funeralOne

It’s easy to get lost in the holiday hustle and bustle of Christmas. Between the busy season in the funeral profession, the preparation of holiday festivities with family and friends, and the never-ending to do list that seems to accompany the end of the year, it’s easy to simply wish the holiday season away and […]

Show Families You’re Thinking of Them This Holiday Season With These 5 Remembrance Ideas

The winter holidays are a magical time of year. Families and friends gather to celebrate with each other and ring in the new year. It’s a time for joy, hope and remembrance. When we see our children’s eyes light up on Christmas morning or we gather with friends on December 31st to reflect on the […]

The Secret To Surviving The Funeral Busy Season AND Enjoying The Holidays

Well, it’s official… December is finally here, and so is the winter season that comes with it. For many people all over the country, this monthly change is the exciting, unofficial start to the holiday season and all of the festive cheer that it brings… presents, holiday parties, ice skating and grown men dressed like […]

Why Working In Funerals Leaves You So Thankful At Thanksgiving

It’s hard not to be thankful for the little things in life when you work in the funeral profession. Sure, don’t get me wrong, I’m sure there are some aspects of this 24/7 industry that make you question why you do what you do. But, at the end of the day, it’s hard to stay […]

Remembering The Unsung Funeral Heroes Of September 11th

September 11th, 2001 will forever be a day that’s ingrained in the minds of Americans. Personally, I remember exactly where I was when I heard the news of the attack on the World Trade Center in New York City, and exactly how I felt when I watched the grand towers collapse to the ground on […]