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Service Corporation International
Licensed Funeral Director was asked...January 10, 2012

Not many questions really, just asked what duties I was performing at the previous firm.

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I told him all employees were required to do everything, including embalming and removals but because of physical limitations I struggled with heavy lifting, and so would prefer to see families for arrangements and go on funerals. Less

Sunset Funeral Home

How do you feel about what you can contribute to the company?

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I've spent a majority of my time in the business seeking to advance my skills through education, learning others' tips and mentoring others. My objective is a desire to grow develop and prove performance to co workers and those we serve. Less

The Co Op Funeral Home of People's Memorial

Have you worked in this profession before?

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No I have not.

McInnis & Holloway Funeral Homes

If I was ok working long days and hours

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How long?

Foundation Partners Group

How can a company such as foundation partners/cremation society of Minnesota help me achieve my goals in life.

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I told them I was seeking kindness and compassion from a company. I would like a company where I feel welcome, and where everyone else is welcome regardless of where they come from. I prefer open lines of communication with all employees as well as immediate ability to address an issue that may arise. Less

Service Corporation International

What experience do you have that will make you successful in this position?

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I have worked for SCI before for Earthman Funeral Directors in Baytown, Texas.

Service Corporation International

Why did you become a director?

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To serve families in need

Baylor Scott & White Health

Why do I want to become an embalmer/funeral director?

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I had a close family member to pass away and it gave me great peace in assisting with her care after she had been embalmed. I also have a degree in social work, like working with family and also love the scientific side of embalming. Less

None Provided as they had already decided that I would not be allowed to return after giving them the last 25 years of my life.

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I insisted that they reconsider and allow me to work in some capacity and was barred from the premise under threat of charges they described as trespassing. Less

Restland Funeral Home and Cemetery

What do you know about the company ?

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Would you like to elevate ?

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