Funeral Service Consultant/Vice President
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Dan is a goal-oriented funeral entrepreneur with 20+ year record of achievement and demonstrated success in the funeral industry. He has owned multiple funeral homes and has worked with Funeral Professionals for the last several years to help them improve funeral home performance, profits, and achieve their goals. He holds an Associates in Applied Science in Mortuary Science and Funeral Service from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale and has been a Licensed Funeral Director, Embalmer, and Life Insurance agent. Dan manages sales, funeral rule compliance, client training, and promotion of the funeral service side of PFA.
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