Death work is the most important part of any emotional and communication and is harder than you think. If people don't understand your job then the fallback does not work. I bring sensitivity that everyone can understand compelling the action to care or engage their time, compassion and meaningful human support.
I have learned that successful mortuary transport removals, crime scenes, prep room work, funerals and care for the deceased as well as their family members include:
The meaningful words i have with all of my families. Night death call sheets, undisclosed media news releases, deceased transport, air cargo papers, open casket presentations, letters to the funeral director, and crime scene removals that make people stand up and cheer.
Funeral Attendant. Funerals are an effective place in giving back to the community for the memory and love of the departed and their family members.
Advocates. I reach out to allies, form alliances and create ways to work effectively together to expand opportunities.
The Truth. Sometimes it's tempting to skip steps, make assumptions, and push the button before the facts are checked. This can undermine credibility with the loved one's family, compromise key communication.
Loyalty: Perhaps the most powerful currency in the death industry, business and life. Enough said.
Education: My Great Grandmother Matilda Tibe was the first female surgeon south/west of the Mississippi in the city of St. Louis in the 1800's.
I will continue in my medical legacy by completing my studies of Forensic Pathology at Washington University graduating fall 2014.
Native of St. Louis
Mortuary transport, medical examiner assistant student, professional funeral and preproom duties. I create compassion that matters to people and work with death care business, organizations, cultural, and community groups, City,and State
* Perfomed various crime scene deceased removal duties
for the Oakland Police Department.
* 2 recommendations
Mortuary Transport/Prep Room Assistant/Funeral Attendance/Emabalmer
* Removed the deceased from various locations, performed embalming. prep room duties: cosmetize, dressing, and casketing.
* Performed various funeral duties including attendance of funerals, adhering to various religous and cultural backrounds.
Mortuary transport driver to chapel.
Hearse Driver for funeral services.
* Performed funeral attendance within Orthodox Jewish Law.
* Perfomed deceased removals, assisted in prep room duties.
* Funeral attendance and closing of graves
San Francisco School of Mortuary Science
1987 – 1990
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