Things to Do In Salt Lake City for the NFDA

Whether you’re visiting SLC to hit the slopes or sightsee, Salt Lake has a rich history and many exciting corners to explore. Even if you’re a local looking for places to take your visiting guests, here’s an overview of the best things to do! Visit Security National Life at booth […]

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The 6th Stage of Grieving

We are happy to recognize the great strides our society has made in the last decade toward acceptance and understanding of those who suffer from mental illness. Conversations about depression that used to be such a taboo are now validated and celebrated as discourse towards healing. We applaud those of […]

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Make your Email Signature Sell for You!

Who ISN’T interested in easy, free marketing? Are you utilizing every easy marketing strategy out there? Not if your email signature is something boring like:   -John Smith Final Expense Agent 801-555-6822   It’s time to change it up and use your email signature to market for you! There are […]

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Songs to Help You Heal

People sometimes suggest steering away from the “sad stuff” when you’re wrestling with grief and pain, but we’re actually here to tell you the opposite: sometimes we need musical empathy to release some of the emotional tension that builds up inside us. Curl up with some tea and some headphones […]

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The Deadliest Years in History

Have you ever wondered when the deadliest years in history occurred? Why were they so deadly? Those of us in the funeral industry pick up some interesting trivia about death and dying. Though death is a subject often avoided in polite conversation, it is a fascinating influence in our history. […]

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Macabre Museums: Bone Displays You Can’t Miss!

Human history is filled with grisly, nightmarish realities that seem to belong more in scary stories than social studies classes. But our perception of a past that is menacing and macabre is not necessarily accurate. Take bones for example. It was actually a Christian tradition to store bones in catacombs […]

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