Homesteaders Life Company, a national leader in preneed funeral funding, is joining Dr. Jason Troyer, PhD CT, to present “Bouncing Back After COVID-19: Strategies to Heal & Thrive in Life & Business.” This free webinar will take place on Friday, July 10, at 10 a.m. CT.

Dr. Troyer has worked with Homesteaders for several years as a collaborator for their funeral professional career burnout prevention program, Finding Resilience. He has seen firsthand how the Coronavirus pandemic is affecting funeral professionals all over the country. “I work very closely with the funeral profession, and over the last several months I’ve heard from many funeral providers who have struggled, personally and professionally, to remain healthy and resilient in the face of this pandemic,” Troyer said. “I created this webinar to help everyone in the funeral home, from owners to office managers, figure out how to move forward in their professional and personal lives amid this everchanging situation.”

Homesteaders is dedicated to supporting funeral professionals as we face the challenges associated with the global health crisis. “I’m proud to say that Homesteaders was first to market with a lot of programs and policy changes to help funeral professionals navigate our new environment,” said Dean Lambert, Senior VP-Marketing & Communications. “We know that this situation has created a lot of physical and emotional stress for funeral providers, so we’re working hard to ensure all funeral professionals have the tools they need to stay healthy.”

Anyone working in the funeral service profession is invited to attend this free webinar. Registration can be found at homesteaderslife.com/resilience/bouncing-back-webinar.


Homesteaders Life Company, a mutual company owned by its policy holders, is a national leader providing products and services to promote and support the funding of advance funeral planning and end-of-life expenses. Visit homesteaderslife.com to learn more.

Dr. Jason Troyer is a grief expert, author, former psychology professor and therapist. He helps funeral homes and cemeteries connect with their communities through Facebook content and grief support materials and provides community presentations, professional workshops and trainings. He also works at Smith Funeral & Cremation Service and Grandview Cemetery in Maryville, TN.