Todd Van Beck

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Funeral Educator, Consultant & Historian

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All Funeral Service is Ultimately Local

[...] a community was the presence and involvement our two beloved and eccentric undertakers – the Blust Brothers (Henry the older, and Norbert (nicknamed Nob) the younger).  The Blust Brothers were [...]

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[...] encountered both in listening and learning from them has had a great influence on my view of funeral service and the noble worthy ideal of our continued quest to improve our abilities and skills in [...]

My Visit To Northampton

[...] also who had a mission as to precisely what they were getting involved with in a career in funeral service. As I have written in past articles devoted to mortuary education over the years it was my [...]

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[...] , been subjected to death humor regularly. I need not elaborate; needless to say we all in funeral service have experienced it, and what is impressive is that most of us understand the genesis of such [...]

All Funeral Service is Ultimately Local

[...] has been the constant companion of funeral service for a mighty long time, in times such as these I find it helpful to sit back and remind [...]

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[...] A TRUE ACT OF MERCY Several months ago I made a speaking trip to Northampton Community College in Pennsylvania to give the annual Pearson Lectures. I always have enjoyed my trips to [...]

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[...] Last week I made a trip to Northampton Community College to give a couple of presentations to the area funeral directors. The day was sponsored [...]

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[...] Last week I made a trip to Northampton Community College to give a couple of presentations to the area funeral directors. The day was sponsored [...]

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[...] . Anyway, that is one old undertaker’s opinion. Reporters must all be using the same death/funeral thesaurus is a post from: Todd Van Beck [...]

Reporters must all be using the same death/funeral thesaurus

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Reporters must all be using the same death/funeral thesaurus

[...] challenging ticket for anybody. It just seems that the media cannot shake the fact that funeral directors need to make money – just like reporters do. I cringed when I read the idea about [...]

Humor and Death

[...] . Interestingly during breaks at my seminars all kinds of people, hospice workers, clergy, funeral directors, cemeterians, come up to me and tell me humorous jokes and stories about grief and death, [...]

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[...] faith in the future of our great and beloved profession, because no matter what us veteran funeral directors have to say about the future, the future of this great profession, to a large extent rests [...]

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[...] ;t pay their loved ones’ funeral bills.” Can he be serious? It is wrong for a funeral director who has performed essential services to the living and the dead to not get paid. Does Mr. [...]

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[...] life situations. Not everybody, to be sure, but enough to capture our attention. As a funeral director I have, as have colleagues, been subjected to death humor regularly. I need not elaborate; [...]

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[...] I hope every funeral and cemetery professional will read the article by Dana Milbank in the Washington Post entitled “Funeral Business Feeling Six Feet Under.” I read [...]

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[...] I hope every funeral and cemetery professional will read the article by Dana Milbank in the Washington Post entitled “Funeral Business Feeling Six Feet Under.” I read [...]

My Visit To Northampton

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All Funeral Service is Ultimately Local

[...] .  The dead person’s eye glasses were placed carefully in the dead person’s hands.  Nob Blust was firm on his no eye glass funeral conviction when he would declare “Dead people [...]

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Funeral Relations Mastery Program Unveiled

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A True Act of Mercy

[...] hospitality. I am guessing that the lectures went [...] A True Act of Mercy is a post from: Todd Van Beck [...]

Top 10 Community Outreach Opportunities

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