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Evergreen Mortuary & Cemetery (Tucson, AZ) has been a Verified Vendor with US Federal Contractor Registration since October 2013.
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Une Belle Vie creates a culture of compassion in the profit-driven funerary business Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 7, 2010 Une Belle Vie Memorial Urns, an online cremation urn store, announced today that they are fighting to change the high prices caused by several channels of distributers in the funeral industry by doing business differently. According to company president, Melody Jamali, a primary contributing factor for the high markup in the industry is the number of middlemen involved in...
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An 84-year-old woman, declared dead by a doctor in central Poland, woke up in a morgue as morticians were preparing her for a funeral, doctors said. Police in the central Polish town of Zwolen opened an investigation, Polish Radio reported Monday. In the nearby village of Jablonowo Friday, the husband
A British undertaker has pleaded guilty to stealing the keys from a rival company's hearse while it was sitting outside of a funeral. David Wood, 48, of Middlesbrough, England, admitted to stealing the keys from a 1968 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI owned by Joel D.
A New York funeral director has a deal for someone with the skills to build an extension to his apartment -- a complete funeral with all the extras. Pete Dohanich, whose business is in Brooklyn, is licensed to provide funeral services in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, The New York Daily News reports.
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