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Want to see a great movie this weekend?

Want to see a movie with a positive depiction of funeral service? No, it’s not “Eat Pray Love” or “The Expendables.” At least not as far as I know, though I haven’t seen either movie. It’s “Get Low,” which is...

Conversation With a Cemeterian

I have always liked cemeteries. I like the history, the architecture, the stories, the mysteries, the ambience, the beauty. Well, just the entire idea of the “resting place,” what the first Americans called “wyuca” meaning a “place of rest.” It is all the same idea...

The Barking Funeral Director

Throughout my career one of the main aspects of funeral service that attracted me was the innate gentleness that is at the core of this great profession. Funeral service has a gentleness that is an essential part of what makes funeral service what it is.; Certainly I...

County coroner: One tough job

In the mid 1970s I worked for a couple of years in Cheyenne, Wyoming. A few people in funeral service still remember my presence out West, but this was so long ago that the State Board of Embalmers in Wyoming had actually lost and forgotten that I had been licensed in...

Memories of the Ambulance Service

In 1992 I published an article in one of the professional journals entitled “The History of the Funeral home Ambulance Service.” Actually it was one of the few attempts I have done at writing that caught some attention, well attention from veteran funeral directors...

Relationships between Cemeterian and Funeral Directors

Having only been a cemetarian for 18 months I am still in the learning stage of what exactly a cemetarian should do. When I say learning stage I don’t mean to imply that you learn every thing quickly. I’m fairly certain I will be in the learning stage for...