webCemeteries recently added three new account executives to its team: Trisha Clark, Ken Munday, and Thomas Ripple, according to a news release.

Trisha Clark has been working in sales and marketing for 25 years, earning her a reputation as a trusted adviser for clients in both the automotive and cemetery industries. Beginning as an account assistant and working her way up to a regional vice president, she has managed sales and marketing teams and client relationships throughout the Northeast. She lives in the Philadelphia area.

Ken Munday is based in the Toronto area of Ontario, Canada. He has worked with cemetery technology for his entire career, starting with a cemetery software company part-time while studying computer programming in college. During his 20 plus years within the profession, he has owned and operated a cemetery software company, been a vice president of product management, developed cemetery software systems, created cemetery maps and provided support and training. He has volunteered for numerous committees for different cemetery associations around the world and is on the sales and marketing committee for the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association and is president of the Western Canada Cemetery Association.

Thom Ripple has over 20 years of experience in software sales and sales management. Starting with his feet on the street in Philadelphia selling hardware, he worked his way up to managing a large national sales team. His passion is helping organizations improve their internal processes so that they can better serve families and increase revenue. He is based in southern New Jersey.

To learn more about digitizing your cemetery, schedule a consultation with webCemeteries.

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