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mortician

(mŏr-tĭsh′ăn) [L. mors, death]
Undertaker; person trained to prepare the dead for burial.
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Apprenticeships must be completed under an experienced and licensed funeral director or embalmer.
A shortcoming of such centralized national bookkeeping services is that the funeral director clients may fail to appreciate the significance of the information being provided by the cost analyses and financial statements.
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Many people choose funeral directors based upon past experiences or recommendations, so, if you are not sure which company to use, ask friends and family if they have any advice.
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The British Institute of Funeral Directors (BIFD) is responsible for providing tutors for qualifications.
Many funeral directors leave the industry to pursue other jobs, federal data show.
There are many reliable, independent funeral directors in the area, all of whom provide a sympathetic and respectful service and can direct you through legal requirements, procedures and for malities.
Your funeral director can organise the refreshments afterwards so that all those who have travelled to the funeral can enjoy a drink and something to eat after the service.
Andrew Pargetter is a fifth generation funeral director of A Pargetter and Son Ltd based in Lamb Street, Coventry.
WHEN it comes to choosing a funeral director, it comes down to trust and experience.