Life-Cycle Celebrant Linda Stuart


Written by Jenny Goldade


As in any profession, you should always strive to be a lifelong learner. There are constantly changes and new trends to learn about and implement into your business.


For funeral professionals, you know all too well that the funeral profession sees new trends arise — with cremation and personalization gaining popularity just to name a few.


We know that you’re always looking for ways to create meaningful funeral experiences for your families. That’s why we’re hosting the webinar: A Place to Go: Why Ceremonies Matter presented by Life-Cycle Celebrant Linda Stuart.


About the Webinar

The webinar A Place to Go: Why Ceremonies Matter is on November 14, 2018, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. CST and 2 to 3:30 p.m. EST. The best part? Registration is free!


Linda Stuart will discuss how and why we should help families create heartfelt, rich, and unique funeral ceremonies to honor their loved ones. Through the power of rituals and different funeral personalization elements, you’ll learn how to create extraordinary funeral ceremonies that tell a loved one’s life story.


About Linda Stuart

Linda is a Certified Life-Cycle Celebrant. She serves as chair of The Unforgettables Fund Toronto Chapter — an organization that helps families fund the funeral expenses for dying children. She also founded the Toronto Death Café — a place for people to openly talk about death.


From a young age, she always was interested in organizing ceremonies and creating special rituals. She earned certifications in wedding and funeral celebrancy from the Celebrant Foundation & Institute and a funeral celebrant certificate from the In-Sight Institute.


You can learn more about Linda and her work by watching this video.