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Louisiana funeral home owner guilty of bank fraud

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KSLA News 12
Shreveport, Louisiana
Oct 29, 2010

A Vivian man pleaded guilty on Friday to bank fraud and admitted to defrauding 65 victims of more than $400,000 in prepaid funeral and burial services.  William James McGuire, 63, owner and operator of McGuire Funeral Home in Vivian (Louisiana) was entered in the plea in the U. S. District Court in Shreveport.
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Last Updated ( Saturday, 30 October 2010 13:29 )
 

How do I explain death to children?

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Lifetimes: The  beautiful way to explain death to children

While written primarily for Baby-Preschool reading level, this excellent illustrated book has important concepts for adults.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 27 October 2010 14:46 ) Read more...
 

Buried in a Shoe? Ghana's Custom Coffins Celebrate Lives of the Dead

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AOL News
Oct 26, 2010

Ghana's Custom Coffins

A coffin might be your most lasting purchase -- so shouldn't it make a lasting impression?

Craftsmen in the African nation of Ghana have gained international acclaim for their flashy, custom-built coffins, which are individually designed to resemble an object with special meaning to the person who died.
Read the full article and view photo slide show at AOL News
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 27 October 2010 08:39 )
 

Missouri's Show Me Procedures || Preneed

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Death Care Compliance Law
October 26, 2010

Missouri's Show Me Procedures

The Missouri State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors has released its proposed preneed examination procedures. The release comes just 24 hours before the Board’s October 27th meeting, and so few funeral directors will be prepared to ask questions.
Read the full article at Death Care Compliance Law
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 October 2010 20:48 )
 

Shop for a Plot || AARP Bulletin

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Save a Buck

Shop for a Plot

Here’s one way to trim burial costs. Instead of buying a plot directly from a cemetery, consider the resale market, where brokers buy and sell unused plots or bring together sellers and buyers who then make their own deals.
Read the full article in the AARP Bulletin (September 1, 2010)
Last Updated ( Monday, 25 October 2010 19:21 )
 


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