Southern Calls Magazine Vol. 25

$25.00

This 25th Anniversary Issue of Southern Calls is actually the culmination of a lifelong journey… the discovery of a passion, and where it has taken Founder & Editor, Mike Squires.

Join Mike as he reveals the unique path to founding the magazine, and as we celebrate the first 24 issues with select photography – some never before published – and a few chosen stories that exemplify the People, Places and Passions that represent the funeral profession in its purest spirit. Be sure to subscribe, you’ll find beauty and inspiration cover to cover in every issue of Southern Calls – Journal of the Funeral Profession.⁣

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Starting June 1st, not only will Subscribers receive their 4 print magazines a year, but will also have exclusive access to additional online articles, as well as the ability to read all Southern Calls magazine articles as they become available only.

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Unlimited Access to All of Our Stories, Right At Your Fingertips.

Not only will Subscribers receive their 4 print magazines a year, but will also have exclusive access to additional online articles, as well as the ability to read all Southern Calls magazine articles as they become available only.

The Charleston Nine

The Charleston Nine

Southern Mourning | from Southern Calls Issue 16, September 2017 (Opening Image: June 22, 2007 – Charleston 9 Firefighters ServicePresident, Mike McDaniel,1999-00 (head), President Thomas E. Baker II, 2007-08 (foot) Photographer – We are very appreciative to SCFDA...

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Man O’ War’s Funeral

Man O’ War’s Funeral

Southern Mourning | from Southern Calls Issue 9, September 2015 (Opening Image: As visitors look on, legendary thoroughbred Man O’ War lies in state in a casket lined with his racing colors at owner Samuel Riddle’s Faraway Farm in Lexington, Kentucky, Nov. 3, 1947....

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The Art of Undertaking

The Art of Undertaking

Here are three powerful images that I believe capture the essence of our beloved Profession - Mike Squires ABOVE: The Recessional | Mac Brown, Photography “Red clay fills the hole left in our hearts. Only flowers remain as guardians of the grave, until they too wither...

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