August 2022

Page A27 August 2022 FUNERAL HOME & CEMETERY NEWS Se c t i on A 3” HEARSE NAMEPLATES 1-8 spaces $97.00 per nameplate 9-13 spaces $110.00 per nameplate 14-15 spaces $125.00 per nameplate 16-18 spaces $134.00 per nameplate Many Letter Styles and Sizes Available DEDUCT $15.00 each for Satin Aluminum Finish 1-800-868-9950 Fully staffed and ready for your sensitive calls F U N E R A L E X C L U S I V E A N S W E R I N G S E R V I C E SEND US YOUR NEWS! PO Box 5159, Youngstown, OH 44514 1-800-321-7479 NEWS Educational CONTINUED ICCFA Educational Foundation Scholarships Continued from Page A26 Gardens, Palm Harbor, FL; Lawrence Michael, Park Lawn Corporation, Beverly Hills, MI; Ryan Milley, Forest Hills Cemetery, Boston, MA; Ana Morales, Forest Hills Cemetery, Boston, MA; Lorraine Neal, Greenlawn Funeral Home, Springfield, MO; Whitney Nikander, J3Tech Solutions, Scottsdale, AZ; Matthew Pagel, Pinelawn Memorial Park, Milwaukee, WI; Brandon Patterson, Allen Dave Funeral Home & Cremation Tribute Center, Houston, TX; Charles Peckham, Heritage Funeral Home & Crematory, Spokane, WA; Claudia Pereda, Eternity Servicios Exequiales, Guatemala City, Guatemala; Matthew Petrocy, Park Lawn Corporation, Beverly Hills, MI; Kelly Pretty, Funeral Directors Life Insurance, Abilene, TX; Beth Quattro, Park Lawn Corporation, Beverly Hills, MI; Ryan Reade, Sterling & Smith Funeral Directors Inc, Fresno, CA; Kate Rogers, Hughes Family Tribute Center, Dallas, TX; Gail Rubin, A Good Goodbye, Albuquerque, NM; Fernando Scandoval, Cementerio Privado El Campanario, Guatemala City, Guatemala; Jamie Sarche, Cairn Partners, Woodland, WA; Ryan Schumacher, Jenkins Funeral Chapel, Westlake, OH; Adam Schutt, Professional Cemetery Services, Dundee, IL; John Sennhenn, Jr, Chambers & Grubbs Funeral Home, Independence, KY; Salomon Sisneros III, Roselawn Futo funeral service will last their lifetime.” Congratulations to the following students: Samual Bianchi, Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science; Megan Fischer, Northeast Texas Community College; Chad Gavigan, Milwaukee Area Technical College – West Campus; Courtney Jones, Tidewater Community College; Niki Phillips, Florida State College at Jacksonville; Alexandra Schad, St. Louis Community College at Forest Park; A.J. Stocker, University of Minnesota; and Marissa Vaillancourt, North Shore Community College. The ICCFA Educational Foundation is a 501(c)(3) entity, established to make education accessible to future leaders in the deathcare profession and thereby raise the standards of professionalism within the industry. To learn more about the work of the Foundation and upcoming educational opportunities, visit Founded in 1887, the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association is the only international trade association representing all segments of the cemetery, cremation, funeral and memorialization profession. Its membership is composed of more than 9,100 rooftop locations and 18,000 professionals in the cemetery, funeral home and crematory industries, as well as supplier and related businesses worldwide. neral Home & Cemetery, Pueblo, CO; Ann Marie St. George, Cooperative Funeral Fund, Madison, CT; Lindsey Stuffle / Crestview Funeral Home, Gallatin, TN; Abigail Tewmey, Springfield Memorial Gardens, Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Springfield, TN; Amy Thielen, Coldspring, Cold Spring, MN; Nihkolas Tipton, Evergreen Memorial Trust, Roanoke, VA; Veronica Van Hof, Baltimore Humane Society Reisterstown, MD; Sommer Williams, Park Lawn Corporation, Detroit, MI; Jared Williams, Leaf Cremation, Cartersville, GA; Breanna Williams, Funerals by T.S. Warden, Jacksonville, FL; Kara Williams, D.O. McComb & Sons Funeral Homes, Fort Wayne, IN; Jenna Wolfgang, Williams Funeral Home, Columbia, TN; Coleton Young, Roselawn Funeral Home, Cemetery & Crematory, Pueblo, CO; and Craig Zitterman, Glen Eden Memorial Park, Livonia, MI. Alongside these deathcare professionals, eight deserving students enrolled in American Board of Funeral Service Education (ABSFE) accredited funeral service and mortuary science programs also headed to Atlanta. When asked about this mortuary student scholarship initiative, Educational Foundation president Jim Price, CCFE, CCrE, commented, “By giving these well deserving students the opportunity to attend the ICCFA University at no cost, to learn from those already established in their careers, and experience the camaraderie that comes from being with like-minded individuals, we believe their passion and commitment