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1persona que trabaja en una funeraria(funeral director) director de una funeraria masculino(funeral director) directora de una funeraria femenino(funeral director) director de pompas fúnebres masculino(funeral director) directora de pompas fúnebres femeninothe undertaker's — la funeraria
- There are 30 undertakers and about 8,500 funerals held a year in Dublin.
- And he said a local undertaker had told him he had arranged at least four funerals after fatalities on that stretch of road over the last 20 years.
- The local undertaker carried the body into town for embalming, then returned it to the ranch where it was laid out in the living room.
- We can't do anything now, but in the morning I'll write to the doctor, her lawyer, and the undertaker.
- They also thanked the choir, servers, undertakers, and everyone who attended the funeral.
- Look at it this way: when an epidemic hits, you need doctors to tend to the sick and undertakers to bury the dead.
- All burials and cremations are arranged by professional undertakers.
- He also operated a local undertaker's business to which he brought his own wonderful sense of dignity and perspective.
- Michael served as an auctioneer from 1955 to 1997 and as a funeral undertaker and shopkeeper up to the time of his death.
- When she died, her father arranged for the undertaker to pick up her body from the hospital on a Saturday.
- The package includes services provided by the state mortuary, contracted undertakers, transport of the body, coffin and religious minister.
- Last December, he had the first of four cardiac arrests, which made him so ill he consulted solicitors to make a will and undertakers to plan his funeral - and even ordered his gravestone.
- I hadn't made arrangements with an undertaker and the phone rang off the hook with calls from New York.
- Just before the funeral, the undertaker came up to the elderly widow and asked: ‘How old was your husband?’
- Straight after the funeral the undertaker gave us all the paperwork and had it in a folder for us, and said this was for our keeping, just to look at later.
- The family have asked the funeral undertakers not to disclose any details of the arrangements leading up to the burial.
- The family undertakers receive the remains and prepare them, lovingly beautifying them in the white-tiled basement embalming room for the reassurance of the people left behind.
- When all the arrangements had been made, I told the undertaker, whom Papa called Digger, that I wanted to see my father.
- Families started hiring undertakers to prepare the deceased for burial.
- When we went into the undertaker to arrange a grave, they said it had all been taken care of.
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