Newest edition of The Art and Science of Clinical Care

As a leading supplier of funeral service products worldwide, H.S. Eckels and Company is pleased to launch the newest edition of The Art and Science of Clinical Care catalogue. Featuring a wide array of new products, we are steadfastly committed to using the finest available constituents in our production of embalming chemicals and supplies in… Continue reading

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Shimada Shoten – New Japan Distributor Partner

H.S. Eckels and Company is pleased to announce Shimada Shoten of Tokyo Japan as its newest distributor partner. Eckels, headquartered in Guelph, Canada, is a manufacturer of premium embalming chemicals with current distribution partners in Europe, Central America, Australia, New Zealand and now Japan. Shimada Shoten is a collaboration of two pioneering funeral supply companies.… Continue reading

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NEW PRODUCT: 902B Onyx Urn

We’re proud to showcase a brand new, natural marble urn, the #902B Onyx. Crafted in the same style as the classic Bengal urn and offered at the same price, this urn and keepsake features a dark, rich body accented with silvery-white veining. From now until the end of October, purchase this urn with personalized engraving… Continue reading

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Michael Kane – Southwest U.S. Client Service Representative

H.S. Eckels and Company is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Kane as our southwest U.S. Client Service Representative. Michael Kane is the quintessential funeral industry professional, having worn many hats over his almost three decades in the industry. A licensed funeral director/embalmer from Wisconsin for more than 25 years, Kane has seen the… Continue reading

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Karl Todd – Michigan Area Client Service Representative

H.S. Eckels and Company is pleased to announce the appointment of Karl Todd as our Client Service Representative for the state of Michigan. Karl was born in Washington D.C. but raised in Inkster, Michigan. After obtaining an Electrical Journeyman’s License with the State of Michigan he later had an interest in Mortuary Science. He was… Continue reading

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