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Which way does a priest face during thier funeral?
Faces with the feet toward the congregation, the way he stood during his life is the same way they face, for a layed person the are thier feet face the alter, because that is the way they normally face
Funeal homes have to keep employees medical records?
30 years
Wood caskets demensions?
75x22
Metal caskets demensions
78x23
Drawee
Bank
Drawer
the Person that is cashing the Check
Maker
The person that is makes or executes a promissory note in a contractual agreement
Carl Rogers
Client centered where the client takes a active part in the resolving of thier issues
Directive Counseling
counselor takes a live speaking role, asking questions, suggesting course of action, etc.
John Bowlby
caretakers as secure base, similar to imprinting, infants form attachments to satisfy basic biological needs (hunger, comfort, warmth)
acolyte
An altar attendant, or alter Boy
Foyer
entrance hall, foyer, see Narthex.
Nave
The seating or auditorium section of a church.
Agent
a representative who acts on behalf of other persons or organizations
Assignee
The party to whom the assignment is made.
Assignor
Person making an assignment.
Bailee
The party who acquires possession but not the title of personal property in a bailment.
Net income
The money a company has left over after all its costs have been paid.
Net Loss
Expenses exceed the revenue
Accounts Payable
normal credit balance
steps of the accounting cycle
1) Transactions are analyzed and recorded in the journal
2) Transactions are posted to the ledger
3) An unadjusted trial balance is prepared
4) Adjustment data is assembled and organized
5) An optional end-of-period spreadsheet is prepared
6) Adjusting entries are journalized and posted to the ledger
7) An adjusted trial balance is prepared
8) Financial Statements are prepared
9) Closing Entries are journalized and posted to the ledger
10)A post-closing balance is prepared
Must behaviors
taboos, mores, laws
Folkways
norms that are not strictly enforced
Taharah
the ceremony of washing the deceased before burial
chevra kadisha
burial society-washers
Cremation
method of disposing of the dead body via fire; first attributed to the ancient Greeks. 3000 Bc
August hoffman
founder of Formaldehyde
Fredrick reysch
Father of embalming
Anthony leewehhoek
published first embalming technique
Richard Harlan
translated Gannal's History of Embalming; responsible for bringing the European embalming techniques to the United States.
Thomas Holmes
father of modern/american embalming
Hunters Canal
Femoral artery
William harvey
discovered the circulation of blood
Bereavment
events of the Loss
Grief
the sorrow caused by the loss of a loved one
mourning
the process through which grief is eventually resolved or altered
Joseph H. Clarke
founder of clarke college of embaling in Rochester
Kubler Ross
Stages of death: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance
Worden Tasks of Grief
1. Accept the reality
2. work through the pain
3.adjust to enviroment
4. relocate emotions
solid hardwood
Deciduous, close grained, strong and tough.
ex- Birch, Cherry, Mahogany, Maple, Oak and Walnut
salix
constructed of many species
Soft wood
Wood coming from trees with needle leaves, rather than broad leaves., pine, cedar, poplar, spruce
Linderman
Anticipatory Grief
Bowlby
attachment; watched babies, theorized that secure attachment early on leads to ability to develop close personal relationships later in life
Jean Gannal
1st embalming text book
gaussardia
injection of arsenic alcohol mixture
Assets and Expenses
increased by debits, decrease by credits
Liabilities
Money owed to creditors, notes payable, notes payable
Liabilities and Capital
the group of accounts which you credit when increased are