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Funeral Monitor.

Funeral Monitor goes to "all concerned with the service of funerals," that is, funeral directors. It offers news and commentary on local, national and international trends in death care and funeral service, as well as two regular features: Monitor Question & Answer and Mortuary Science Monitor.

Did you know that many states have laws against providing food at "celebratory" funeral rites, wakes and burials? Funeral Monitor, in issue reviewed, ran a three-page article on the issue, concluding with the thoughts of one funeral director: "If the family wants to turn the funeral into a Sunday picnic, then let them. After all, it's their funeral."

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Date:Jun 15, 2000
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