Funeral directors have a unique view on our communities and many insights to share. I take my black homburg hat off to these Detroit area funeral directors for coming together to protest the violence that leads to the death of so many young people. If we wish to have their services and profession respected, we could take a lesson from Detroit. If you are the expert on death in your community, get involved and share that expertise.
- Patrick McNally
- Funeral service faces a crisis of relevance, and I am passionate about keeping the best traditions of service alive while adapting to the changing needs of families. Feel free to contact me with questions, or to share your thoughts on funeral service, ritual, and memorialization. email@example.com
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