mortician

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mortician

(mŏr-tĭsh′ăn) [L. mors, death]
Undertaker; person trained to prepare the dead for burial.
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Starting early: Edward Cutler from Mere Green who owns Cutler Funeral Directors.
Also, funeral directors would have to document that they have made every effort to find family members to pay for a funeral.
When a funeral director has charge of a funeral, he hires other funeral directors to be pallbearers, and they do the same for him.
FUNERAL directors in Coventry and Leamington are appealing for families to claim the ashes of their loved ones which have been stored for 20 years.
You can trust Liverpool's dependable, independent funeral directors to ensure your loved ones receive nothing but respect and the highest service.
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In addition to losing millions of dollars in new business, the lockout forced the resignation and retirement of a dozen longstanding funeral directors, including myself, and sent those workers directly to the competition - with contacts and company resentment intact," Culyat said.
WS Taylor & Sons Funeral Directors proudly opened their new funeral home at Meadowfield Terrace, Forest Hall, next to the new Aldi at the beginning of this month.
Persons interested in a career as a funeral director should contact their State board for specific requirements.
The funeral director and funeral staff as required, with the funeral cortege to the client's choice of address on the day of the funeral; ?