By Eleanor Cummins This summer, Alex Clements will once again make his way from the densely-wooded state of Kentucky to [...]
Iowa Is Considering Some Of The Country’s Toughest Standards On Morticians. Some Funeral Directors Aren’t Happy.
By Danny Lawhon The educational requirements to become a licensed funeral director and embalmer in Iowa haven't changed in more than 60 [...]
This Entrepreneur Lost Her Beloved Mentor. So She Started a Company That Turns Ashes Into $7,000 Diamonds
By Kevin Ryan When her business mentor, Tracey Kaufman, died in 2015 after a battle with pancreatic cancer, Adelle Archer wanted to honor [...]
By Tanya Sweeney The day after her mother Antoinette’s funeral in 2010, Carol McGowan and her siblings went to visit [...]
By Mark Zaborney Generations return to the funeral homes serving Toledo’s African-American community for the measure of solace their forebears [...]