Dating funeral directors


09-Aug-2020 07:39

Substance abuse and depression is often the end result.

When you think about it, funeral directors are faced with the reality of death 24/7.

They often receive phone calls 24/7 for assistance, including the wee hours of the morning.

For example, it is not uncommon for a hospice nurse to call a funeral director in the middle of the night requesting a pickup of the body for someone who has expired.

Joseph A Williamson, Jr., of Blue Bell, passed away Tuesday, July 30 at the age of 83.

He was the second oldest son of Joseph A and Emma Williamson, Sr. He is survived by his wife, Noreen (née Mc Grath), his son, Joseph A III, son-in-law Dale, grandson Henry Joseph, sister-in-law Patsy, along with his brothers Richard and Jim, sisters Emma and Joan, as well as nieces and nephews too numerous to count.

When you meet a funeral director, you are hopefully met with a compassionate human being who exhibits all the appropriate decorum for the preparation of a sad event that surrounds a funeral service.

There is much to be taken care of whether or not you were prepared for the passing of a loved one. This professional not only takes care of the details for viewing, memorial service music, funeral bulletins, eulogies and much more but is a shoulder to lean on for the bereaved.

His generosity of spirit did not stop with his family- he was loved by all who knew him.

Our family is committed to providing personalized and compassionate services to help support each family and friend through the loss of their loved one.

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With his brothers he was a proprietor of Williamson Restaurants, at one time the oldest family-owned restaurant business in the Philadelphia region, having been started in 1933 by their father. His tirelessness helped Williamson’s achieve its prominent status in the area: Williamson’s was a touchstone for many and served as a site for marriage proposals, weddings, anniversaries, proms and special dinners.Shortly after, another phone call comes in that another family is waiting for them at the funeral home for assistance.