Mind Over Manners: The Funeral
- Written by Srisivaa Karri
- Category: Featured - Radio
- Published: 25 May 2017
It can be difficult to guage what to do and not to do during an event as serious and sensitive as a funeral — and you are not alone in feeling uncertain. What IS the best thing to say to someone who is grieving at a funeral? Funeral Director Chris Cook shares tips for proper funeral etiquette in our newest episode which will air on Monday.
About the podcast:
Mind Over Manners endeavors to answer the questions we’re sometimes too afraid to ask. Each week, we talk with an expert who can help guide you through awkward social situations.
Meet the Hosts:
An Emmy award winning journalist, Lisa is a familiar face in Hampton Roads having served as a former news anchor and reporter at WTKR TV for a decade before joining the WHRO family. Lisa currently serves as co-producer of WHRV's show Another View. Throughout her career Lisa has worked as a television journalist in Nashville, TN, Louisville, KY, Lynchburg, VA and Washington, DC. She earned her master's degree in broadcast journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. She proudly received her bachelor of arts degree in journalism from Norfolk State University. Lisa is the proud mother of two daughters and enjoys mentoring young people of all ages.
Sondra provides the latest local headlines along with regular traffic reports for your morning commute during NPR's Morning Edition heard weekdays starting at 5 a.m. on 89.5 WHRV FM. A Florida native, Sondra spent most of her life in Hampton Roads, growing up in Chesapeake. She is a graduate of the College of William & Mary. Sondra worked on-air at stations in Chesapeake, Norfolk, and Baltimore before moving back to the area and working at Colonial Williamsburg for 10 years. She returned to Hampton Roads' airwaves on WHRV in 2004. Sondra lives in Norfolk with her science-writer husband, three diva rabbits and a precocious cockatoo.