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The Funeral Futurist: Farewelling the funeral

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  • Bare Cremation
  • Writer, Bare
  • August 11, 2020
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COVID-19 is shaking-up the funeral industry, but it’s a long-overdue change that empowers families to celebrate their loved ones’ lives in their own ways.

Bare Cremation co-founder Cale Donovan AKA ‘The Future Futurist’ explains more in his article published in retirement news site Your Life Choices.

In his article, Cale also shares the latest on funeral trends, including costs and end-of-life plans.

Read the article here.

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