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Mortuary Affairs Marine Holds Book Signing
Gunnery Sgt. L. Christian Bussler, who served as a Mortuary Affairs Marine, will host a book signing at the public library in Wilmington, Ohio. He will be discussing his unique stories from his book, No Tougher Duty, No Greater Honor.
Read more at Wilmington News Journal.
Illinois Funeral Home Holds Hearts of Love Campaign
Watson-Thomas Funeral Home will sponsor their seventh annual Hearts of Love Campaign. The Valentine’s Day project will collect and donate handmade valentines for seniors in nursing homes and retirement centers across the community.
Read more at Galesburg Register-Mail.
Washington Funeral Home Collecting Socks
Newell-Hoerling’s Mortuary is collecting socks through their “Warm Hearts and Feet Sock Drive.” All donations will be distributed through the “Socks in the City” program.
Read more at The Chronicle.
Funeral Home Opens New Facility
Paye Funeral Home in North Carolina held a ribbon cutting and relocation ceremony to celebrate their new facility. The funeral home’s old location was damaged by Hurricane Matthew in 2016.
Read more at The Fayetteville Observer.