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May 23, 2012 / simmonslib

Mortuary Management – May 2010

Event Planners (editorial) 
– Mortuary Management – May 2010 – p.6

Colleague wisdom: Alternative facilities? 
– Mortuary Management – May 2010 – p.8

Legally speaking: estate taxes, part two 
– Mortuary Management – May 2010 – p.12

You can’t fake authenticity 
– Mortuary Management – May 2010 – p.14

Internet Marketing: Tips from the funeral futurist
Mortuary Management – May 2010 – p.18

Death care education out of step with contemporary death care services 
– Mortuary Management – May 2010 – p.21

Interview with Richard Gutierrez 
– Mortuary Management – May 2010 – p.23

Emergency expertise
Mortuary Management – May 2010 – p.24

Blackjack 
– Mortuary Management – May 2010 – p.26

What comes after the funeral?
Mortuary Management – May 2010 – p.25

February 13, 2012 / simmonslib

Mortuary Management – April 2010

Antiquated laws and ignorance
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.6

Readers’ forum: subject: viewing without embalming
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.7

Colleague wisdom: refrigeration?
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.10

Legally speaking: problems, problems
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.14

Why funeral arrangers are so difficult to train
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.16

The thousand-mile procession (FDR’s funeral)
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.18

Interview with Jim Allen, owner of Allen & Dahl Funeral Chapels and Crematories in Redding, California
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.21

Acquisition history: perception vs. reality
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.22

Bill aims at funeral, cemetery fraud
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.23

Illinois legislators seek to raise coroner fees
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.24

Maryland bill would outlaw keeping a corpse in a freezer
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.24

Statement of health risk
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.24

Striking a balance
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.25

Is your funeral home protected from your preparation room?
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.26

Interest in cremation on the rise
Mortuary Management – April 2010 – p.29

February 13, 2012 / simmonslib

Mortuary Management – March 2010

Random thoughts far out of the box.
Mortuary Management – March 2010 p.8

Colleague wisdom: convertible facilities
Mortuary Management – March 2010 p.16

Legally speaking: the tax man cometh…maybe
Mortuary Management – March 2010 p.18

Surviving burnout
Mortuary Management – March 2010 p.20

Federal taxes: a boring subject, but…
Mortuary Management – March 2010 p.23

First impressions
Mortuary Management – March 2010 p.24

The last impression
Mortuary Management – March 2010 p.25

Funeral service brother and sister win one million dollars plus prizes on national tv
Mortuary Management – March 2010 p.26

Embracing change
Mortuary Management – March 2010 p.27

The funeral director’s role as teacher
Mortuary Management – March 2010 p.28

Mom fights to be buried with soldier son
Mortuary Management – March 2010 p.32

Pacemakers of deceased donated for use in dogs
Mortuary Management – March 2010 p.36

Cemetery reform bill hits state legislature
Mortuary Management – March 2010 p.37

February 13, 2012 / simmonslib

Mortuary Management – February 2010

Contract and Support services
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.6

Colleague wisdom: alternatives to embalming
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.8

Legally speaking: Paperwork issues
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.11

The Wal-Mart Opportunity
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.12

The Search for quality staff members starts by looking in the mirror
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.14

A Delta Dad
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.16

Thinking back
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.18

Private and public viewing without embalming as an alternative choice
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.19

The U word
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.21

Embalming vs. the art of embalming
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.22

Tuning in to women’s wisdom… again
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.23

FTC takes stand on proposed SCI acquisition
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.24

Cremation in Korea reaches record high
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.25

Prehistoric bones uncovered
Mortuary Management – February 2010 p.25

February 4, 2012 / simmonslib

Mortuary Management – October 2009

Good intentions, mixed results (editorial)
Mortuary Management – October 2009 – p.4

Colleague wisdom: The Federal Trade Commission
Mortuary Management – October 2009 – p.10

Refusal of service
Mortuary Management – October 2009 – p.14

An honor to serve
Mortuary Management – October 2009 – p.18

Terror bombings: Confronting death
Mortuary Management – October 2009 – p.20

Judge sides with nonprofit consumer advocates, dismissed funeral director’s libel suit
Mortuary Management – October 2009 – p.23

Neptune society to pay $1.2 million civil penalty
Mortuary Management – October 2009 – p.24

Women in funeral service: The association of women funeral directors comes into its own
Mortuary Management – October 2009 – p.26

Trend: More pet services offered (Japan)
Mortuary Management – October 2009 – p.31

Cremation smoke, smells banned (Australia)
Mortuary Management – October 2009 – p.32

Employee meal and rest periods FYI
Mortuary Management – October 2009 – p.27

Cremation smoke, smells banned (Australia)
Mortuary Management – October 2009 – p.32

February 4, 2012 / simmonslib

Mortuary Management – July/August 2009

Shipment of human remains (editorial)
Mortuary Management – July/August 2009 – p.4

Colleague wisdom: Pets
Mortuary Management – July/August 2009 – p.8

A death in the family
Mortuary Management – July/August 2009 – p.16

Standard of care
Mortuary Management – July/August 2009 – p.18

Are your ethics ethical?
Mortuary Management – July/August 2009 – p.20

Duck and cover still practical for politicians
Mortuary Management – July/August 2009 – p.24

NFDA alerts FDs to pandemic protocols
Mortuary Management – July/August 2009 – p.31

February 4, 2012 / simmonslib

Mortuary Management – June 2009

Colleague wisdom: What unique facilities and services do you offer that obviously attract families to your care?
Mortuary Management – June 2009 – p. 8

Americans with Disabilities Act: Are you in compliance?
Mortuary Management – June 2009 – p.12

Optimize to an even higher level (Google rankings)
Mortuary Management – June 2009 – p.14

Technology and trends in the funeral industry
Mortuary Management – June 2009 – p.16

SCI alleged to operate processing plant for human remains
Mortuary Management – June 2009 – p.19

No nuptials for Homesteaders and AEG
Mortuary Management – June 2009 – p.23

New concepts in online memorials offer direct benefits to the funeral industry
Mortuary Management – June 2009 – p.24

FTC finds significant violations
Mortuary Management – June 2009 – p.26

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