November 2023

Page A38 november 2023 FUNERAL HOME & CEMETERY NEWS Section A AMRA INSTRUMENTS Researched, Developed and Patented by Funeral Directors Research,Inc. visit www.amrainstruments.com for links to our Supply Chain Partners ™ ® Free Supplies. FREE Operator Training Video. Settlements can now be used to purchase cremation supplies from our affiliate company, New England Cremation Supply. Customer Loyalty Rewards Program Family Owned and Operated since 1995 Cremation Metal Recycling 800-664-8365 cremation metal recycling - responsible recycling charitable foundation cmr@metrocast.net www.cremationmetalrecycling.com Trusted, premier supplier of cremation supplies, funeral home products, urns, cemetery products and services throughout New England, New York, and America. Family owned and operated since 1995 800-664-8365 necremation@metrocast.net www.necremation.com The DD2000-XLC incorporates the capability to secure a standard and oversized cot side-by-side. The system allows four cremation containers, four cots, two air trays, or two caskets to be transported safely by one person. The powered upper deck with safety latch raises and lowers within seconds and can be easily installed inside a full-size cargo van. Robust features like an aluminum deck and steel frame help create the most reliable and durable deck system in the industry. DOUBLE DECK TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT DD2000-XLC NFDMA Ladies Auxiliary Holds Fashion Show NEWS Association CONTINUED UNION CITY,GA— The National Ladies Auxiliary of the National Funeral Directors & Morticians Association, Inc held a fashion show during the 86th National Convention in Atlanta, GA on Monday, July 31, 2023. The theme for the fashion show was Stepping Out in the ATL! Not only did they have several members of the Ladies Auxiliary to model, but some of the men of the NFDMA, Inc participated as well. During the fashion show president Cheryl V. Anderson announced the queens for the day who are as follows: Pamela Stewart, SC; Jessica Cummings, TX; Cynthia Betts, NC; Debra Pruitt, TX; and Eleanor Rudolph, NJ. al in 2010, offered support following other natural disasters and emergent situations, and most recently, awarded more than $500,000 in COVID-19 relief grants and $50,000 in support of the Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas in the wake of the school shooting in Uvalde, TX. Since 1945, the Funeral Service Foundation has served as the philanthropic voice of the funeral profession and has identified as the charitable arm of the National Funeral Directors Association since 1997. Donors and volunteer leaders profession-wide support the Foundation in its mission of investing in people and programs to strengthen funeral service and lift up grieving communities. Funeral Service Foundation Continued from Page A36 SUBSCRIPTION Yearly Subscription Rates $30.00 Subscription $50.00 First Class $60.00 Canada & Mexico $75.00 Outside North America or call 1-800-321-7479 Funeral Home & Cemetery News Subscribe Online at www.NomisPublications.com

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