The failure of a professional person to render proper services through reprehensible ignorance or neglect.
Killing of one's mother.
Killing of either or both parents.
To die leaving no valid will.
Killing of an infant.
The principles of morality including both the science of good and nature of right.
Conventional requirements as to social behavior.
Act or practice of painlessly putting to death persons suffering from incurable and distressing disease; mercy killing.
Death prior to the complete expulsion or extraction from its mother.
Killing of an entire people or nation.
a. Group of clients; b. Those who adhere or resort to a person for professional help and advice.
Code Of Ethics
Self-imposed rules of conduct specific to the group only.
A formal summary of religious belief, a confession of religious beliefs, principles or opinions professed or adhered to.
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.
The term applied to the duties which a funeral director and his staff do for their clients as part of their service.
Killing of a wife by her husband.
Killing of one's father.
A piece of ground reserved as a burial place for strangers and the friendless poor.
Lacking the necessities of life. Needy. Poor.
Killing of a human being.
That portion of the funeral home especially designed and equipped for embalming the dead human remains.