Funeral Service Insider Special Investigative Report
Funeral Service Insider rocked the funeral service landscape when it reported that a man who formerly served time in prison for operating a male prostitution empire and helping a doctor avoid paying taxes is now leasing space to funeral homes.
Henry V. Vinson, who also uses the alias Mark Henry, leased space to Walker Funeral Homes in Cincinnati, which built a booming business that was recently sold to Newcomer Funeral Service Group. He continues to lease space to funeral homes, and while the extent of his involvement in funeral home operations remains in dispute, competitors have a formidable foe in any firm connected to Vinson.
Newcomer is now embroiled in a bitter lawsuit with Herbert T. Walker III, the former funeral director of charge of Walker Funeral Homes, and it has filed a separate suit against Vinson. Funeral professionals can learn valuable lessons from the situation.
In this special series, you'll learn about the fascinating life of Henry Vinson, how a firm that leased space from him dramatically boosted market share and a continuing controversy that you need to know about.
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Size: 8.5 x 11
Pages: 29 pages