Dec 27, 2018
The “ASD Extra Mile Award” gives our employees the opportunity to commend one another for a job well done. This award fosters positivity in the office and helps us to spotlight employees who go above and beyond to do a good job at ASD. Our staff appreciates being able to recognize their fellow colleagues and the different ways they contribute positively to ASD.
Dec 19, 2018
As we welcome the magical Christmas season here at ASD, we wish you & your family the same joy and excitement we feel during this time of year. We know that funeral directors work harder than all of Santa’s elves combined. Christmas, New Years Day and the entire holiday season is fully staffed with back up support so you can enjoy those days knowing your phones are always protected by ASD.
Dec 12, 2018
Today marks the 7th anniversary of when ASD released the first version of ASD Mobile to the App Store. It is hard to believe that only seven years ago, funeral directors were given the freedom for the first time to take their mobile communications on the go. To celebrate ASD Mobile’s birthday, we’re taking a look back at our app’s history and evolution. Here is a timeline of the ASD Mobile app.
Nov 23, 2018
To kickoff the Christmas season, we’ve compiled a list of unique and distinctive gifts we think most directors would appreciate. We’ve updated our selections for 2018 to replace out-of-stock items with brand new gift ideas. Whether you’re shopping for your spouse, parent, sibling, or a co-worker, we have no doubt you’ll find something special on this list for the funeral director in your life.
Nov 20, 2018
The funeral service community is made up of some of the most dedicated and kind-hearted people one could ever meet. We feel honored to serve such an incredible profession. To show our appreciation and gratitude for one of the hardest working groups of people, we wanted to shine a spotlight on what makes funeral directors special.
Nov 05, 2018
Just in time for the holidays, Getting Grace will be released in Wal-Marts nationwide on November 6. The family-friendly movie tells the story of a disaffected yet endearing funeral director who learns some very valuable lessons from a teenage girl with terminal cancer. It is a rare gem that delivers sharp writing, compelling acting, and an authentic representation of the funeral profession.