5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Lowering Device
- a The singing or intoning of all or portions of liturgical service.
- b Mechanical device employed to lower a casket, box or vault into the grave.
- c The description or study of the phenomenon of somatic death.
- d Killing of either or both parents.
- e Funeral director-embalmer; a coined word to designate the "caretaker" of the dead (most commonly used term: funeral director).
5 Multiple choice questions
- One who has served a prescribed period of time with the armed forces and who is no longer an active member of the armed forces.
- Those funeral arrangements made in advance of need that include provisions for funding or prepayment.
- Conventional requirements as to social behavior.
- A title conferred by ordination.
- Time at which the family and friends may view the deceased.
5 True/False questions
Foyer → See Narthex.
Immediate Disposition → Any disposition of a human remains which is completely devoid of any form of funeral rite at the time of disposition.
Fetal Death → Death prior to the complete expulsion or extraction from its mother.
Apprentice (Trainee Intern) → A person registered for instruction in embalming and/or funeral directing under the supervision of an authorized licensed embalmer and/or funeral director
Formal Chapel → A service room of a funeral home in which permanent pews or chairs are set up without having to move them for a visitation.