July 2019

Page A37 JULY 2019 FUNERAL HOME & CEMETERY NEWS S ec t i on A 888-458-6546 3121 Millers Lane • Louisville, KY 40216 Tel: 502-775-8303 • Fax: 502-772-0548 S A F E T Y A P P L I A N C E C O M P A N Y www.junkinsafety.com MC-100-A-HD New Heavy Duty Mortuary Cot Built of sturdy anodized aluminum tubing that will not oxidize and will keep looking like new for years. Features an outstanding load capacity of 900 pounds! Features • Legs lock automatically when unloading • One person can load and unload • Multiple level adjustment for bed to cot transfer • One locking swivel wheel • Comes with heat-sealed mattress and three restraint straps Specifications Dimensions 78" L x 21"W Minimum Height 10" Maximum Height 32½" Weight 73 lbs. Load Capacity 900 lbs. MC-100-A-HD PROUDLY MANUFACTURED IN THE USA 21958 JN MC-100-A HD_Mortuary Cot_10.25x8_BW.indd 1 10/31/16 2:03 PM Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service welcomes Hope Iglehart as President News Educational ContinueD BROADVIEW,IL— Pierce Mortuary Colleges is pleased to announce the hiring of Hope Iglehart as president of Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service, Decatur, GA. Iglehart has extensive experience in both higher education and funeral ser- vice. Over her eighteen years in the academic arena, she has served in numerous roles in stu- dent affairs and academ- ic affairs, most recently as campus academic dean at Gupton-Jones Col- lege of Funeral Service (GJCFS), where she also was student support co- ordinator, instructor and program chair. Prior to joining GJCFS, Iglehart held various positions at Athens Technical College and the University of Georgia, includ- ing learning specialist, academic ad- visement, registration and recruitment, and faculty. Iglehart is a fourth-generation li- censed funeral director and embalmer as well as a certified crematory opera- tor and cremation arranger. She holds a Master of Business Administration from Piedmont College, a Bachelor of Arts in English from Bennett College for Women, and an Associate of Sci- ence from Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service. “Hope Iglehart brings a solid foun- dation of experience and deep passion to education and funeral service,” said Jill Karn, chief operating officer of Pierce Mortuary Colleges. “She has al- ready made a lasting im- pact on students in her prior roles at the college and I am confident that she will take the leader- ship reins with that same commitment to students and faculty.” Iglehart is a member of many civic organizations including The Links, In- corporated; Alpha Kap- pa Alpha Sorority, Incor- porated; and the Georgia Funeral Service Practitio- ners Association. Among her many distinctions, she is especially proud of the Humanitarian Award be- stowed by Church Women United. “I am honored to be named as presi- dent of this excellent college that has such a proud heritage of preparing fu- neral professionals to serve families with compassion and professionalism,” Iglehart said. For more information on Gupton- Jones College of Funeral Service, visit www.gupton-jones.edu. Hope Iglehart