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Covid-19 Second Wave

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Covid-19 Second Wave

As we keep going through uncertain times, we must consider the possibilities of a second wave of COVID-19 and all that comes with it. One of the biggest problems we have been facing is the lack of preparation for a problem of this magnitude and at American Mortuary Coolers & Equipment, we want to provide our services to help minimize the load in case of having a second wave of the pandemic that can potentially be more devastating. Today we are going to talk about the importance of having the right structures in case of the virus coming back with...

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CASH IS NOT ALWAYS KING!

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CASH IS NOT ALWAYS KING!

We see it constantly in the news, discuss it with friends and colleagues, and see it every time we look at our financial reports. The pandemic has decimated the economy. For funeral businesses, it is even worse because we are working harder for less compensation. 

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The New Wave. It's not just a genre of music!

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The New Wave. It's not just a genre of music!

I was born in 1987 so New Wave music isn’t my thing. What exactly is a Devo anyway? I have heard of some of the bands like the B52s or Blondie but acts like Adam Ant, Bow Wow Wow, or ABC? No clue. The New Wave of 2020 stems from the Coronavirus Pandemic. After the initial wave strikes a “new wave” will come crashing in. In other words, the resurgence of infections in a different area of a population. The WHO says pandemics in the past have had "waves of activity spread over months". So what does this mean for...

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Whatever Happened to the Boy Scout Motto? We can do Better!

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Whatever Happened to the Boy Scout Motto? We can do Better!

Be prepared! I apologize in advance if this comes off as crass or insensitive. I realize that within our efforts to do what we need to do in an overwhelming situation, we can potentially and understandably lose basic common sense and things fall through the cracks. I’m not immune to this and lately find myself constantly telling myself to stop and make sure I didn’t forget something, someone, or some other obligation during COVID when I am overworked, over-stressed, and running on fumes. I always try to remember that this is what I signed up for and I have an...

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