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Ep. 2: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Cremation with Colby Hitchcock and Pam Gehrs

   


 

Tune in to this interview with two funeral home directors, Colby Hitchcock and Pam Gehrs, as we discuss the pros and cons of cremation as an alternative for after-death disposition. In this interview Colby and Pam will tell us:

 

 

the most common myths about cremation and what is actually true about this process

the statistics on cremation in the US as compared to other countries and cultures

what to expect if a loved one is cremated

the logistics of cremation (e.g. timing after death, legal aspects of cremation that you may need to know)

 

 

Whether you need to know about cremation in your personal or professional life, this interview will enlighten and inform you, and hopefully, dispel your fears about this increasingly common practice. Become aware of the facts about cremation so that you can advise your loved ones, patients and friends with accurate information and insights.

 

Colby Hitchcock

holds a degree in Funeral Service Technology from Northwest Mississippi Community College. Certificate in Post-Mortem Reconstructive Surgery from Fountain National Academy of Professional Embalming Skills . He is a CANA (Cremation Association of North America) Certified Crematory Operator. Colby currently serves as the Care Teams and Properties Manager for Baue Funeral Home of St. Charles, MO.


Pam Gehrs

became a licensed Funeral Director in 2000 and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration. She has been assisting families in Advanced Planning and Cemetery Development and Memorialization since 1994. Pam is currently employed at Baue Funeral Home in St. Charles, MO.


 

Join us on March 27th!

 

If you have already signed up for EOLU you will receive an email with the call-in information 3 days before and the day of the interview.

 

If you are not registered, sign up NOW and you can listen live or to the replay later on.


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