Examples of funeral director in a Sentence
the funeral director instructed the pallbearers on how to proceed
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According to Kemmis, if a crematorium worker finds an undisclosed device, the funeral director may be called in to take custody of the body.
His body went unrefrigerated for so long that the funeral director could not embalm his badly decomposed corpse.
The funeral director will embalm the deceased and then the Amish family will take the body into their care.
After making all the arrangements, the funeral director made a call to St. Elizabeth to pick up the body.
It was allowed, even encouraged, but Doughty knew that some funeral directors might have disagreed.
In an interview with Mental Floss, funeral director Amy Cunningham of Fitting Tribute Funeral Services said her weapon of choice is a hair tie to keep the hands folded.
Flameless cremation seems to have caught on among younger funeral directors.
Thus was born the American funeral industry, with embalming as its cornerstone, as families ceded control of their loved ones’ bodies to a funeral director.
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FUNERAL DIRECTOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of funeral director for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to arrange and manage funerals
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