Wednesdays at 5:00 p.m. Central on The RockStar Radio Network.
Gail Rubin, The Doyenne of Death®, is author of the award winning book A Good Goodbye: Funeral Planning for Those Who Don't Plan to Die. She also hosts a 12-episode television interview program, also titled A Good Goodbye. She is a Certified Celebrant and an engaging speaker who helps people laugh in the face of death, using humor and funny films to open the door to pre-need funeral planning conversations.
Ms. Rubin is a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling and the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association. She is also Vice President of the Jewish-Christian Dialogue of New Mexico, helping foster interfaith conversations. She is a member of the cemetery committee for Congregation Albert in Albuquerque, NM and volunteers for the Chevrah Kaddisha, helping wash and dress Jewish bodies for burial.
She writes The Family Plot Blog at AGoodGoodbye.com, a chipper online resource to provide the information, inspiration and tools to pre-plan a healing and meaningful funeral or memorial service.
Learn more at her website, AGoodGoodbye.com. Interested in reaching audiences listening to the funeral planning conversation by sponsoring A Good Goodbye? Contact Gail Rubin at 505.265.7215 and let's talk!
Upcoming shows currently scheduled:
November 27 | Alexandra Drane, Engage With Grace, on talking about end-of-life wishes over your Thanksgiving dinner with family
December 4 | Allison Copening, Seasons Funeral Planning Services, on life celebrations designed and implemented by a company that's not a funeral home
December 11 | Lee Witting, representing the International Association for Near Death Studies, on near-death experiences and their impact on those who experience them
December 18 | Hospice - what it is and why it's a good thing, with the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) and in the second half of the show, Fran Smith and Sheila Himmel, authors of Changing the Way We Die: Compassionate End-of-Life Care and the Hospice Movement.
December 25 | Re-air of interview with Martha Hayward of The Conversation Project