5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- National Cemetery
- Arrangement Conference
- a A cemetery created and maintained under an Act of Congress for burial of veterans of military service and their family members.
- b the top of an air seal burial vault which entraps air as it is put in position; it also supports the weight of the earth above.
- c A chamber in a mausoleum, of sufficient size, generally used to contain the remains of a deceased person.
- d bare metal is scratched with an abrasive material and then finished until a smooth high gloss is obtained
- e the meeting between the funeral director and the client family during which the funeral arrangements are discussed
5 Multiple choice questions
- A metal alloy consisting of 90% copper with tin and sometimes zinc comprising the other 10%.
- a strip of metal, plastic or cloth that is attached to the inside of the panel, covering the area at which point the roll is anchored
- Any metal formed from iron (steel or stainless steel).
- A component part of the casket interior which is inside the head portion of the cap; no distinction is made between the head panel and foot panel in full couch caskets.
- The reduction of a dead human body to inorganic bone fragments by intense heat in a specifically designed retort or chamber.
5 True/False questions
Merchandising → The purchasing, pricing, display, and sale of merchandise.
Federal Trade Commission → A classified notice publicizing the death of a person and giving those details of the funeral service that the survivors wish to have published.
Stainless Steel → A metal alloy of steel, chromium, and sometimes nickel which is used in casket construction; noted for its ability to resist rust.
Memorial Folder → A single handle in which the lug, arm, and bar are combined in one unit.
Body Panels → Compose the sides and ends of the casket shell.