Don’t Let Your Business Run You Over

Posted on September 14th, 2021
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We’ve all been there: sleepless nights, seemingly endless calls, family after family after family, service after service. Days roll into each other and days off are forgotten. Where do you draw the line though? Every one of us has experienced burnout and at what cost? It’s our job and duty to take care of people […]

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We’re Excited to Announce a New Georgia Acquisition!

Posted on August 30th, 2021
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We’re so excited  to announce the recent acquisition of McNeill Funeral Home & Cremation Service in Martinez, GA! The funeral home was formerly owned by Kevin McNeill, Sr. “Having been owned and operated by Kevin McNeill and his family and founded on family principles, the funeral home is exactly what I look for when adding […]

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The Truth Behind Low-Cost Cremation Providers

Posted on August 19th, 2021
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With the advent of being able to buy a casket virtually anywhere: Walmart, Costco, storefront resellers, and Amazon, cheaper alternatives became rampant in our industry. With that boon of DIY casket purchases, another budget service began to pop up – low-cost cremation providers. There seems to be one in all of our markets where advertised […]

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Retaining Your Employees

Posted on June 25th, 2021
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Every profession faces turnover, it’s inevitable. People come and go for a number of reasons, and funeral homes are no different. From students and apprentices that have a change of heart, to directors chasing a bigger paycheck or better hours, a funeral home is going to see people leave. That’s not to say that all […]

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Cost Vs. Service

Posted on June 8th, 2021
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I overheard a family having a discussion in a restaurant the other day and a young man said “Why buy a $5,000 casket when I can just be cremated?” I bit my tongue and got back to my dinner, but I wanted to interject and really get to the root of what they were talking […]

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