A Live Event – Free for NFDA Members!
Friday, May 15, 2020 ♦ 9-10 a.m. CDT
States have begun to lift pandemic-related restrictions on business, creating a “new normal” for funeral home operations.
Knowing COVID-19 still presents a risk, taking incremental steps to reopen a funeral home requires adherence to state mandates and following recommended best practices. Maintaining safe daily habits will reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19 for you, your staff, and the families you serve.
Georgia started to ease restrictions on business on April 24; the stay-at-home order for residents ended April 30. Bryant Hightower will report on what is now permitted for funeral homes in his state and how his firm is approaching the transition to a new phase of operations
Michigan residents are under a stay-at-home order until May 28; however, a few business restrictions have been lifted. Dutch Nie will share what restrictions his firm has been operating under and how he plans to approach the shift to a “new normal” and keep his staff and client families as safe as possible.
Get ideas for the things your firm needs to keep in mind so you can formulate a plan for the next phase of serving families during the pandemic.
- R. Bryant Hightower Jr., NFDA president, Martin & Hightower Funeral Home, Carrollton, GA
- Dutch Nie, NFDA secretary, Nie Family Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ann Arbor, MI
- Moderator: Jessica Koth, director of public relations, NFDA
- NFDA Members: Free
- Nonmembers: $49
Registration is limited to the first 1,000 registrants!
Please note: A recording of the live event will be posted to NFDA’s COVID-19 Information Hub by the close of business on May 15.
NFDA is pleased to provide everyone in the funeral service profession with the information and resources that are critical to their businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to all that we have provided to the profession, we have also offered NFDA members exclusive resources like select webinars, social media tools and more.
If you’ve found the complimentary information useful, consider how NFDA’s exclusive member benefits could be beneficial to your business year-round. To become a member or learn more, visit the NFDA website or call 800-228-6332.