AURORA, Ill. - Aftermath, the country¹s leading biohazard remediation company, has named Global Mortuary Affairs as its first National Alliance Partner, together offering coordinated services for funeral homes to help assist families experiencing a devastating loss, according to a news release.
"This partnership brings together two industry leaders in death care, whose combined services will mean fewer headaches for families at a vulnerable time," said Dana Todd, chief marketing officer for Aftermath. "Funeral home partners expect the gold standard from Global Mortuary Affairs, and this partnership extends their offerings to include trusted, top-tier trauma clean-up services."
Global Mortuary Affairs provides domestic and international shipping, consulate services, embalming, cremation and autopsy service to funeral homes and mortuaries through a network of affiliates. The new partnership will allow those partner funeral homes to offer Aftermath services, including crime scene, unattended death and suicide cleanup and remediation of hoarding situations.
"Our goal is to provide funeral support services to families with care, compassion and integrity,² said David Patterson, owner of Global Mortuary Affairs. ³By working with Aftermath, our funeral home partners can care for the remains of a loved one, and confidently recommend Aftermath to take care of the home they left behind."
About Global Mortuary Affairs
Established in 2006 Global Mortuary Affairs, LLC is the largest commercial embalming service in North Texas, with affiliates throughout the United States and Mexico. Working directly with a network of funeral homes, it provides domestic and international shipping, consulate services, embalming, cremation and autopsy services.
Aftermath is the U.S. leader in biohazard remediation. The company¹s primary mission is to provide families and property owners with compassionate assistance during a time of tragedy. For more than 16 years, Aftermath has pioneered a sophisticated, science-based approach to remediation that protects the health and safety of people, and restores peace of mind for property.
Posted July 1