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2017 Professional Development - April 21st - Poul Lemasters - 03/05/2017
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Dear Funeral Professionals,
It is that time again to start thinking of getting your Continuing Education credits in place.  The MFSA is here to help.

The MFSA Professional Development Committee is pleased to be bringing Mr. Poul Lemasters of Lemasters Consulting to Winnipeg on Friday, April 21st from 9:00 a.m. ~ 3:00 p.m. at the Viscount Gort Hotel.  See the attached information and registration form.

Who Is Poul?
Poul is a well sought after speaker and has presented in several provinces in Canada along with the United States.  
Poul began his career in deathcare more than 20 years ago as a funeral director and embalmer. He quickly recognized that the growing risk...

Prominent Manitoba Funeral Director Passes Away - 01/25/2017
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It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of our beloved son, brother, uncle and great uncle Perry Alexander Bulbuck at his winter home in Phoenix, AZ returning to his heavenly home on January 18, 2017 at the age of 57 years

Perry is predeceased by his mother, Ida. Left to mourn is his loving father, Alec; sisters; Gia Davidson, Cindy St. Hilaire, Beverly Bulbuck, Glenda (Murray) Zimmer; brother Troy Bulbuck, nieces, nephews, Tara (Dwayne) Emily, Jessica Sydor;  Travis (Kerri) Davidson;  Amanda, Dominyck, Micheal, Sami St. Hilaire; Jamie, Vander, Brooklyn St. Hilaire;  Brianne, Katarina Zimmer; Brandon, Kyla and Jayden Bulbuck.


Ways For Funeral Directors to Relieve Stress in 2017 - 01/13/2017
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Ways for Funeral Directors to Relieve Stress in 2017
Written by Jenny Goldade

With the new year, it’s important to set and keep goals for your funeral home, but
remember to take care of yourself too.

 Funeral directors have a busy schedule that can get rather hectic. By finding ways to
relieve stress both physically and mentally, funeral directors can power through the
of the funeral business.

 From exercising to reading, there are several ways you can relax and take care of your body and mind.

(Frazer Consultants)