death care


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death care

n.
The management of funerary arrangements, including care of the dead and services offered to surviving family members.
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PCS and the Platinum Standard Network are led by executive Jim Kriegshauser, a 34-year death care industry veteran.
Comment: Company launches death care acquisition network
HK), the largest death care services provider in the PRC, has its interim results for the half year ended June 30, 2017 (the "Period") announced on August 11, 2017.
The first course, Advanced Care and After Death Care Directives, is offered July 8 and 15.
And she urged people to attend the Bringing Death Care Home event on Sunday which aims to dispel myths around traditional funerals and give information on how to care for family members who have died at home.
Shares of Villar family-led death care service provider Golden Haven Memorial Park sizzled on inaugural trading at the local stock exchange Wednesday as investors bought into a business that-as a demographic certainty-never runs out of clients.
11 August 2010 - Moody's lifted the speculative grade liquidity rating on US death care services provider Carriage Services Inc (NYSE:CSV) to SGL-2 citing expectations for sound liquidity characteristics in the short run.
The inquest heard five months on from the May death care staff have still not been taught the technique.
This article outlines and discusses issues related to the death care industry with particular attention to consumer interests.
Media reports of desecration of graves and human remains and other types of mismanagement at cemeteries and crematories have inspired a debate regarding whether the federal government should take on a greater role in regulating the death care industry, primarily funeral homes, crematories, cemeteries, pre-need sales of funeral plans, and third party sales of funeral goods.
The death care industry in America has become all about hiring professionals to take care of it all and sanitize it.
It offers news and commentary on local, national and international trends in death care and funeral service, as well as two regular features: Monitor Question & Answer and Mortuary Science Monitor.