Funeral Director Box Set (100)


The Funeral Director Box Set (100) provides a presentation box with the choice of mourning symbol (pin, ribbon, or bracelet) on 100 cards to be shared with a family as a token of sympathy during funeral arrangements.  Text on the cards is worded to the family, showing support on behalf of the funeral home during their grief journey. *Contact us at  to set up a wholesale account.

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Product Description

Choose Box Color: Brown – Black – White – A decorative presentation box with a hinged lid and magnetic closure.  Size: 6”L x 1.5”H x 4.25”D

Choose symbol: Ribbon – Nylon ribbon with attached safety pin, 2.25″ high , Pin – Zinc alloy pin with enamel fill, butterfly closure, 1.5″ high  Bracelet – Embossed silicone bracelet with the word “REMEMBER” with black ribbon awareness symbols in front and behind.

Card Text Front – Director Box Set – (worded to family on behalf of the funeral home). Cards can be customized to include the logo of your funeral home. If card customization is desired, please note, along with the customization fee,  a one-time design fee has been added to the final cost of the first box set ordered, and you will be contacted to provide a digital logo. For subsequent online orders, please contact us for a coupon code to remove the design fee from your order.

Additional Information

Logo Customization

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Does anyone know where I can find a copy of the rules of thought, feeling, and behavior in these circumstances? It seems like there should be a rule book somewhere that lays out everything exactly the way one should respond to a loss like this. I'd surely like to know if I'm doing it right. Am I whining enough or too much? Am I unseemly in my occasional moments of lightheartedness? At what date am I supposed to turn off the emotion and jump back on the treadmill of normalcy? Is there a specific number of days or decades that must pass before I can do something I enjoy without feeling I've betrayed my dearest love? And when, oh when, am I ever really going to believe this has happened? Next time you're in a bookstore, as if there's a rule book
Jim Beaver, Life's That Way: A Memoir
“I thought I could describe a state; make a map of sorrow. Sorrow, however, turns out to be not a state but a process.”
C.S. Lewis, A Grief Observed
" Mourning is one of the most profound human experiences that it is possible to have... The deep capacity to weep for the loss of a loved one and to continue to treasure the memory of that loss is one of our noblest human traits".
Shneidman (1980)
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