It was clear to use that consumers were changing that whatever was happening would be different than what we had experienced before. It was time to make a decision and how to go about it was a challenge.
The Cremationist- Vol. 54, No 2
For decades, funeral home owners have relied on repeat business from families they have served. Loyalty was expected and owners that truly engaged and invested in
their communities were rewarded with generations of devotion. However, as families have become more transient and information more readily available from the smart phones in their hands, that loyalty is being tested like never before.
This was the date I became a father to a beautiful 7 lb., 7 oz. 21 in. little girl named Jayden Kahaulani. My wife, Dana, and I had been married for three years. We were both full-time university students who barely had enough money to pay for the gas to get to the hospital.