Camelia L. Clarke and Marcel A. Clarke, the owners of Milwaukee’s Paradise Memorial Funeral and Cremation Services and Leon L. Williamson Funeral and Cremation Services, are launching a web series that will focus on social media etiquette related to funeral services, grief and loss.The web series launched Dec. 6 with education and insights for the friends and families of loved ones who have died. Viewers learned how to best navigate social media norms during periods of mourning, rooted in the Clarkes’ extensive experience in the death-care profession.“Social media is such an integral part of our lives, and it is critically important that we approach it with sensitivity and respect when needed,” said Camelia Clarke. “Our web series aims to raise awareness and guide individuals on how to navigate this new social terrain compassionately and appropriately.”Marcel A. Clarke added, “Our goal is to educate and empower individuals to make informed choices when engaging with social media surrounding funerals and death. By sharing our professional experiences and discussing the dos and don’ts, we hope to foster a more mindful and supportive digital community.”The series will consist of multiple episodes and feature the following important topics, among others:

  • Privacy and consent.
  • Emotional well-being.
  • Sensationalism and exploitation.

Viewers will be able to access this series here and on Paradise Memorial and Cremation Services’ social media pages.

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Paradise Funeral and Cremation Services and Leon L. Williamson Funeral and Cremation Services renowned in greater Milwaukee and the surrounding suburban areas for their best-in-class professionalism, highly qualified staff and commitment to honoring our communities’ loved ones for nearly 75 years. With the December launch of this web series, Dr. Camelia L. Clarke and Marcel A. Clarke extend their dedication to our digital community by providing valuable guidance on navigating social media with sensitivity, accountability, compassion and respect.

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