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Funeral Service Insider Interview – Bill McQueen, Sept 22, 2014
You were intimately involved leading Anderson-McQueen for about 15 years and grew up in the family business. Is it difficult for you to no longer be involved with the funeral home?
While it’s not an issue at all anymore, at least initially, there was an emotional impact. My dad had started the funeral home. He had been an orphan and was a World War II guy, and the funeral home was his baby, and I knew him as this workaholic father. All my connections to my dad came through the funeral home, and whenever we wanted to see him, that’s where we’d go. So there was a lot of family history involved. A lot of your identity is tied to a place after working there 15 or 16 years, and it can be difficult to let go at times.
shared with permission of Funeral Service Insider