5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Casket Selection Room
- Honorary Casket Bearers
- Receiving Vault
- a A room in the funeral home in which caskets are placed for family viewing at the time of arrangements.
- b Friends of the family or members of an organization or group who act as an escort or honor guard for the deceased. They do not carry the casket.
- c A structure designed for the temporary storage of bodies which are not to be immediately interred.
- d A religious singer who assists the clergy; assists the Rabbi in the Jewish faith; assists the Priest in the Eastern Orthodox faith.
- e An area of ground set aside and dedicated for the final disposition of dead human bodies.
5 Multiple choice questions
- That portion of the funeral home in which guests or callers are received.
- Killing of an entire people or nation.
- A public officer whose chief duty is to investigate questionable deaths.
- In the Jewish faith, a memorial service recited four times a year.
- A legal copy of the original death certificate.
5 True/False questions
Catacombs → An underground cemetery for burial purposes.
Urn → One's relatives collectively; referring to blood relationship (legally the surviving spouse is not a kin).
Aron → Hebrew meaning container; a casket made entirely of wood and contains no metal parts.
Calling Hours (Visiting Hours) → Time at which the family and friends may view the deceased.
Transfer Of Remains (Removal, First Call) → A book or list of those attending the service.