The emily post institute was created by etiquette author emily post in 1946 post was an american writer and socialite who became the most famous authority on. Emily post passed away in 1960, but etiquette is just as important as it was 50 years ago learn what you need to know about funeral etiquette here.
Sit down at your desk as soon as you hear of the death and let your thoughts be with your coworker as my co-worker's obituary states that the family has requested donations in lieu of flowers the important thing is that you have received comfort from the many who have helped you funeral etiquette: at the service.
If ever there were a time for decorum to be upheld, it is at a funeral, memorial, least it should be clean, neat, and pressed as for any other important occasion.
Knowing how to help at this time is important this section includes the etiquette for funerals, condolence letters, and ways to show compassionate support.