A Funeral May Cost You Thousands Less Just By Crossing The Street

Ellen Bethea at her home in Jacksonville, Fla. After her husband died, she paid $7,000 for her husband's cremation and funeral. She was unaware that the same company offered the same cremation services for much less.

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Fear, Death, and Pumpkins

Last week, I'm Sorry to Hear was featured as the go-to source for at-need funeral planning on NPR's "The Pulse." In the hour-long segment, reporters touched on the growing appeal of Death Salons, Death Cafes, and featured "death-tech" companies in the Innovation segment. The whole broadcast is fascinating. Our ...

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Shark Tank of the Mainline Interview with Rachel Zeldin

On June 19, 2014 Rachel Zeldin of I'm Sorry to Hear and Funerals360 chatted with Rick Anthony of TEN Radio (The Entrepreneurs Network Radio) about the innovative funeral planning website. 

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D2D Podcast with Rachel Zeldin, Death Planning Entrepreneur


On June 1, Brant Huddleston, host of the Dance to Death Afterlife Podcast (D2D Podcast) chatted with Rachel Zeldin of I'm Sorry to Hear about the innovative funeral planning website, as well as the concept of death cafes, and planning for the inevitable. The podcast brought to mind the ...

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Grief Talk with Audrey featuring Rachel Zeldin on Funeral Planning

Funeral Planning by Grief Talk with Audrey on Blog Talk Radio

Rachel Zeldin of Funerals360 (formerly I'm Sorry to Hear) chatted with Audrey Pellicano, the Wise Widow about funeral planning, caskets, the Funeral Rule, and other need-to-know items when planning a funeral. Listen online or download to be an informed funeral ...

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