The Washington Post
May 4, 2012
Of all the milestones we’ve discussed, there’s only one you’re certain to be part of: a funeral. It’s inevitable, yet it’s the morbid, dreaded topic that few people discuss with family before it’s too late to prepare.
“Have the conversation and start talking about death now,” said Josh Slocum, executive director of Funeral Consumers Alliance. “It should be a household conversation. It’s not disrespectful or morbid to talk about funeral prices. Treating funerals like a taboo subject makes it taboo.”
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Thanks to the HVCC Mortuary Science Alumni & Student Assoc for alerting us to this article.