Breaking Barriers: Empowering Women in the Funeral Profession with Megan Coyle

Join us on this episode of the Your Funeral Coach Talks podcast! In this compelling conversation, host Lisa Baue sits down with the remarkable Megan Coyle, President and fifth-generation owner of Coyle Funeral Home and Cremation Services. Together, they delve into the inspiring journey of being a woman leader in the funeral profession. Prepare to … Read more

A Woman’s Journey of Resilience and Innovation in Funeral Service with Ellen Wynn McBrayer

Join us on this episode of the Your Funeral Coach Talks podcast, as host Lisa Baue engages in a riveting discussion with 3rd generation Funeral Director, Ellen Wynn McBrayer of Jones-Wynn Funeral Homes & Crematory. Ellen not only broke boundaries as the first woman in her family to become a Licensed Embalmer, but she has … Read more

Embracing Life’s Moments: Jelly Beans, Self-Care, and Confidence with Coleen Ellis

Join Lisa Baue on the Your Funeral Coach Talks podcast as she sits down with Coleen Ellis, a renowned leader in Pet Death Care. Coleen, is an international speaker and the founder of Pet Angel Memorial Center, Two Hearts Pet Loss Center, and Coleen.Rocks, sheds light on the impactful Jelly Bean game and how it … Read more

Unlocking Business Success: Expert Strategies and Insights with Scott Newton

Listen in to Your Funeral Coach Talks podcast as Lisa Baue interviews the brilliant Scott Newton, her esteemed Collaborative Network Partner from Graystone Associates. Graystone Associates is an exceptional business advisory firm that specializes in the funeral service industry, consistently ranking among the top independent firms in the United States, Canada, and Southeast Asia. In this episode, … Read more

To Sell or Not To Sell: Some Things To Consider Before You Take Action by John Schmitz, CPA

The decision to sell your funeral home or cemetery is one of the most significant decisions you will ever make in your life. Whether you are looking to retire fully, partially, or stay involved while cashing out equity, the decision will significantly influence your retirement funding. Unfortunately, many owners have not established an alternative source … Read more

Spring Cleaning by Scott Newton

Spring Fever.  This idiom is a way of describing that feeling of restlessness and eagerness to get on with things that often accompany the close of winter and the onset of spring.  Reading between the lines, it also insinuates a desire to take action and move forward with some level of excitement and freshness. The question … Read more