Local Business Professional Earns National Advance Planning Certification

Brookfield, WI – The National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) has granted the nationally recognized Certified Preplanning Consultant (CPC) designation to Dr. Stuart M. Snow, CFSP, CPC of Security National Life in Salt Lake City, UT. The CPC certification program is considered the standard of excellence in funeral service for individuals […]

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Security National Life Announces New Sales Managers

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH – Security National Life is pleased to announce that Gina Goodsell has been hired as the Market Sales Manager for the Southern Mississippi and Alabama. Bobby Guy has been hired as the Team Sales Leader for Arkansas. Kevin Greisiger has been hired as the Area Sales […]

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Security National Life Announces New Team Sales Leaders – June 8, 2020

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH – Security National Life is pleased to announce that Gina Rosanova has been hired as the Team Sales Leader for the Chicago, Illinois area and Elena Yanez has been hired as the Team Sales Leader for the Houston, Texas area. Gina Rosanova is a Team Sales […]

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Security National Life Announces New Preneed Sales Managers – March 12, 2020

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH – Security National Life is pleased to announce our new Preneed managers for the Shreveport, LA, Dayton, OH, San Antonio, TX, Tennessee and Mississippi areas. Dennie H. Dodson Shreveport, LA | Team Sales Leader Denise “Dennie” H. Dodson joined Security National Life as a Team Sales Leader for […]

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Security National Life Announces New Market Sales Managers

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH – Security National Life is pleased to announce that Mike Malloy has been hired as the Market Sales Manager for the Chicago, Illinois area. Stuart Snow has been hired as the Market Sales Manager for the Southern Ohio area. Michael Malloy is the Market Sales Manager […]

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How to Commemorate your Loved One on Memorial Day if…

…they served in the military. Although Memorial Day has different meanings for different people, at its heart, Memorial Day is a time to remember and appreciate our military—especially those who have sacrificed their lives on behalf of our country. One thing you can do to personally pay your respects to […]

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Close your Sales Faster

There’s a common myth floating around in the sales world that too many salespeople are buying into: closing a sale is a numbers game. The only way to increase the amount of sales you’re closing is to increase the number of contacts you make. Putting yourself in front of more […]

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Plan a Service that Stands Out

Whether you’re planning your own funeral program for some time in the future, or putting it together as best you can for a recently passed loved one, the actual service can be a difficult element to plan. How “traditional” should you go? How many is too many speakers? Are slideshows […]

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Right and Left Brains: Prearrange your Funeral Today

Why making your funeral plans way ahead of time is both logically efficient and emotionally relieving. Human beings seek out comfort from the time they are infants. Whether you are soothed by Schubert or spreadsheets, one comfort you can count on helping you sleep at night is making your funeral […]

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