Women in Funeral Service in the News

Read about the accomplishments of Selected's Women in Funeral Service.

Dr. Camelia Clarke and husband launch web series on social media etiquette surrounding funerals and death. (December 2023)

Megan Comer featured as one of San Diego Woman Magazine's "Women of Distinction." (March 2022)
Megan Comer of Alhiser-Comer Mortuary is honored to be one of the women featured in San Diego Woman Magazine’s latest edition as a Woman of Distinction. (pp. 10-13) Congratulations, Megan!

Erika Rader presented with SBBI sticker from Greater Longview United Way (GLUW). (March 2022)
Greater Longview United Way (GLUW) used Small Business Saturday (March 12) to make a special presentation to one of Selected's women leaders. Erika Rader, Community Relations Coordinator of Rader Funeral Homes of Longview-Henderson, received GLUW's "Small Business. Big Impact." (SBBI) sticker, which recognizes her firm for its support of GLUW and its commitment to bettering the community. Congratulations, Erika!

Megan Comer of Alhiser-Comer Mortuary was featured in the April 2021 issue of American Funeral Director Magazine. (April 2021)

Women in Business Networking (WiBN) announced its 2021 class of Top 25 Women of Impact (September 2020)
During the September 2020 Virtual Leadership Conference, Women in Business Networking (WiBN) announced its 2021 class of Top 25 Women of Impact (formerly Top 25 Women To Watch). Check them out in this video. Congratulations to Abby Snider-Robinson of Baker-Hazel & Snider Funeral Home and Crematory!

Becky Lomaka Becky Lomaka has been elected to Association of Death Education and Counseling's Board of Directors (March 2020)
Becky Lomaka, MA, CT, of Selected member firm O'Connor Mortuary has been elected to serve on the board of directors of the Association of Death Education and Counseling. Becky is the first funeral professional to serve on the board since the mid-1970s. The Association for Death Education and Counseling® (ADEC), is an international, professional organization dedicated to promoting excellence and recognizing diversity in death education, care of the dying, grief counseling and research in thanatology. The primary goal of ADEC is to enhance the ability of professionals to meet the needs of those with whom they work in death education and grief counseling. Congratulations, Becky!

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