DST Offers Discount for Rebuilding After Hurricane Sandy
Duncan Stuart Todd, Ltd. announces that it will waive its Premier Source design fee of $2,950 for funeral home owners who are rebuilding after damage from Hurricane Sandy. Premier Source is a complete package of design and equipment for OSHA compliant preparation rooms including ventilation, cabinetry, foot-end equipment, safety equipment, finishes and accessories.
Brochure and detailed information on Premier Source can be found on the design page of our website. Emails are welcome, firstname.lastname@example.org, as are telephone calls, 720 583 1886.
Duncan Todd a Panelist in AFD Round Table on Architecture and Construction
The February 2013 issue of American Funeral Directorwill feature a round table discussion on Architecture and Construction. Duncan and other respected design professionals discuss their thoughts on trends and challenges facing funeral directors as they consider their future building plans.
Meet Jeremy Ellis
Jeremy Ellis has joined DST as administrative assistant. Jeremy came to Colorado from Florida, via the University of Texas at Austin where he studied English. He is a welcome addition to the DST family. You will find him interested in your projects and available to help at the drop of an email, DST’s Facebook page. Find us there and keep up with the latest news.
Premier Source is DST’s flagship product that provides one-stop shopping for a perfect prep room. It consists of a master design plan coordinated with the funeral home layout and an equipment package that includes ventilation, custom cabinetry, foot-end products, safety products, finishes and accessories. Funeral homes that are rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy will receive a waiver of the design fee portion of the costs. The illustration above is a before and after look at how an old, outdated room can be transformed into a 21st century showplace.
Our Lily is gone, but not forgotten. She left us with this reminder from her mentor, Benjamin Franklin.
“Wish not so much to live long, as to live well.”