ADDvantage Casket A Value Driven Company

Our ADDvantage Team – Call Us!
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Bill

Bill’s four decades in funeral service across North America translate experience and expertise into meeting the widest spectrum of customer needs. He knows a thing or two because he’s seen a thing or two.

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Vickie

Vickie founded ADDvantage Casket out of a passionate desire to bring greater financial value for funeral homes and the families they serve. She built the foundation of the company on key principles that have stood the test of time.

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Thomas

Thomas oversees the ADDvantage Casket operation with a mindset that on-time, perfect delivery is an ‘each-and-every-time’ necessity.

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Steve

Steve’s focus is on developing practical solutions for customers based on their needs and desires. Not an easy thing to achieve but Steve does it with a confident attitude. He knows that to maximize the bottom line of quality and profitability for each customer is a must.

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Keyvin

Keyvin is highly skilled in many areas of the death care business and provides key operational support. Everything that he does, revolves around the funeral home customer. From the technical to the practical, he’s our,  “go to” guy.

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Jeremy

Jeremy’s enthusiasm for the product and supply side of the business is contagious. He treats each customer's funeral home as if it were his own.

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Hernan

Hernan’s helps ADDvantage answer customer diversity through the use of his bilingual skill. Se habla español?

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Craig

Maturity and experience outside many the death care profession has provided the tools which Craig has transferred to ADDvantage. His great success in life comes from his ability to listen and respond.

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To the general public:

While this is a business to business website, we at ADDvantage believe that information is key to any relationship and that includes your relationship with the funeral home you choose at the time of need. Prearranging and discussions about the subject of death and types of ceremonies to select are best done in advance. While at first this may be slightly difficult, it is both a healthy and helpful thing to do. It avoids both heartache and headache for the ones left behind.

The following are just a few of the things that will need to be done in the first hours and days following a loved one's passing. We offer them only as a guideline not a rule book.

  • Contact the authorities if the death has occurred outside a hospital or institution.
  • Check or discuss organ donation with family members.
  • Call a funeral home that holds the pre-arrangement documents (if that was done) or your choice of a funeral home with a solid reputation.
  • Notify relatives and key people such as your Pastor or Rabbi as well as the family attorney.
  • Locate important documents that will be needed when you make arrangements at the funeral home, including necessary obituary information.
  • Take advantage of all the help and services that your selected funeral home has to offer. Don't be afraid to ask questions.
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THE PRINCIPLES THAT WE SUBSCRIBE TO

THE HEART OF OUR BUSINESS IS INTEGRITY

We expect each member of our team to maintain high ethical standards in both their work for the firm and in their personal lives.

CUSTOMERS’ INTERESTS ALWAYS COME FIRST.

We believe that if we serve our customers well beyond their expectations, our own success is sure to follow.

OUR PEOPLE AND THE ADDvantage REPUTATION ARE OUR BEST ASSETS.

They are the most difficult to restore so we guard them zealously.

OUR GOAL IS TO PROVIDE FUTURE SECURITY.

Profitability is critical to a secure business future. We align the interests of our company with that of our customers so that we may achieve it for both groups.

WE EXAMINE THE CHANGING NEEDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS TO DEVELOP NEW PRODUCTS.

We know that the world of funeral service will not stand still and that complacency can lead to extinction. We will not let the important work of funeral directors become a marketplace commodity.