Jul 30, 2019
ASD Family-Member Owner and Vice President, Marty Czachor Jr., recounts the experience of attending the 2019 International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Convention in Charlotte and learning he needed emergency heart surgery. (Originally published in the July issue of ICCFA Magazine).
Jul 25, 2019
When ASD first released our Suicide Telephone Operator Patch System, we described how this solution was developed because of staff has been deeply affected and troubled by conversations they have had with those who stated they were contemplating suicide. This guest blog posts tells one of their stories. The post was written by an ASD employee who wishes to remain anonymous.
To thank all of our clients for helping us win the 2018 NFDA Innovation Award, ASD will be hosting our 4th Innovation Appreciation Celebration Client Cocktail Party during the 2019 NFDA convention. The party will take place from 6-8p on Monday, October 28 at the The Mid-America Club, the only club in Chicago with a panoramic view of the city’s distinctive skyline.
Jul 16, 2019
Interested in attending the 2019 NFDA Convention to be held Oct. 27-30 in Chicago? Download our Free NFDA Expo Registration Form, valid for all 3 Expo Days. With this pass, you’ll have access to explore the NFDA convention exhibit hall absolutely free, so be sure to stop by our booth while you’re there! To register for the FREE PASS, simply complete our form and send to the NFDA before 9/20.
Jul 05, 2019
In ASD’s newsletter, we spotlight a funeral home once a month who shares an image that positively reflects the service-hearted nature of the funeral profession. Whether it demonstrates the funeral home’s commitment to making a service extra meaningful for a family, giving back to their community or displaying reverence, these photos all capture the very best of the funeral service profession.
Jun 14, 2019
From answering frequently asked questions, to disproving misconceptions, to sharing first hand experiences, the funeral directors in these videos have captivated thousands of viewers. Their willingness to pull back the curtain and show the world the real people who work in funeral service has had a positive reverberation on the entire profession.