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Tag Archives: Confessions of a funeral director
Caleb shares a bit of fiction, that unfortunately, is all too true and has played out countless times. Thanks to lawyers and government, we have no choice but to be careful businessmen. When I started in “the business” in 1978, … Continue reading
Caleb Wilde finds times to ask the question, “So, You Want To Be A Mortician?” Pretty darn accurate, if you ask me.
We are just a bunch of regular guys and gals. From Caleb’s Blog….Confessions of an Undertaker….a poem. The Undertaker Reminded me of this Title Track
Caleb, with rare exceptions, has the telepathic ability to take what I am thinking and to put it into an interesting blog and then take credit for my thoughts**. Here are Ten Burdens Funeral Directors Carry My list is limited … Continue reading
Caleb nails it again…..Bullseye. I have to meet this guy someday. Ten Reasons Why I am a Funeral Director.
A few weeks ago, I re-blogged a post that concerned me. I was scared for a colleague that I have never met. I called his funeral home and left a message for him. I wrote the article and called it, … Continue reading
My real education in this area came when I was on the board of the SIDS Alliance of The Carolinas, back in the mid-1990′s. This is about when kids die, but is easily translated to all age groups. Thanks to … Continue reading
Many of you have read my re-bloggs of Caleb Wilde’s Confessions of a Funeral Director Blog. Today, he posted a very dark and scary article. I Need Help I have e-mailed him and have tried to call…probably me and few … Continue reading
For all the years I have been doing this work and for all the times I have heard the litany of platitudes, I have never thought of it in the terms that Caleb illustrates, referring to heaven as an “Easy … Continue reading