Author Archives: BT
A funeral service website posted this content today. I think it’s been around a while but worth reposting so more people can see it. The Mourner’s Bill of Rights by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D. Though you should reach out to … Continue reading
I appear on WSAR Radio this morning at 10AM Eastern time. Below you will find links to some of the articles and information I will reference during the show. MemryStone – MemryStone on Facebook – MemryStone Lapel Pin … Continue reading
I found this painting at Harbor Fine Art in Newport, RI last night. The artist, Betty Ann Morris (a former Marine), donates a portion of the proceeds to the Semper Fi Fund to support the needs of Marine Veterans.
So proud of our MemryStone project. Much to learn, much to do, but we have already touched dozens of lives with these tokens of memory which survivors inscribe with a personal message and send through cremation with a loved one. … Continue reading
Birds hold “funerals” for dead I saw the above headline this morning while reviewing the news, a story on the BBC website. Perhaps it is an overstatement to call a gathering of Jays a funeral, but it is still a … Continue reading
I’m just young enough that the first Apollo mission rests in a vague place in my memory. I was traveling the day Neil Armstrong took those first steps and can only remember someone pointing to a television in the lobby … Continue reading
Ed Defort, editor of The Director magazine was kind enough to run an editorial piece I wrote in the May 2012 issue. The Director is the monthly periodical produced by the National Funeral Directors Association. I wrote the piece to … Continue reading