- February 25, 2021
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Learn the answer to this question and more with Lee Webster, Executive Director, NH Funeral Resources, Education & Advocacy. She offered an overview of New Hampshire Home Funerals and Green Burials and answer our questions.
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Lee Webster , Executive Director, NH Funeral Resources, Education & Advocacy.
True or False? In New Hampshire, families are legally entitled to do all parts of a funeral, including transport of the body.
Learn the answer to this question and more in this interactive session. More hospice families are opting to keep their loved one home after death to save on costs and to reconnect as a family and community. They are also looking for ways to be more eco-friendly, and to make decisions that truly reflect their values. We’ll talk about current funeral practices, the growing resurgence of home funerals and green burials, how more hospice families are creating seamless after-death experiences that serve everyone, and how you can help.
Lee has a wealth of experience in the funeral and end of life fields. She is Former President and Education Vice Chair, Green Burial Council International; Board Director, Conservation Burial Alliance; Former President, National Home Funeral Alliance; Co-founder and former member National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Doula Council; Co-founder and former Board Member, National End of Life Doula Alliance; Organizer, writer and webmaster, Funeral.org Partnership Websites.