Occasionally, Jacob Schoen & Son finds itself featured in the news and we compiled some of our recent headlines for your reference.
Patrick Schoen, managing partner at Jacob Schoen and Son Funeral Directors, joined Travis Lux on New Orleans Public Radio to discuss how public health restrictions are changing funerals in the city. Click "View Article" below to read the transcript.
Krewe de Pink hosted it's event, Death By Chocolate, on February 7, 2020 in its continued effort to support the Tulane Cancer Center's Breast Cancer Research Fund. Delgado sponsored a live competition at Schoen Mansion featuring the schools hospitality students highlighting...
NolaBoomers.com features Patrick Schoen in an important article about funeral pre-arrangements titled "5 Things You Need To Know About Pre-Arrangements."
My New Orleans sits down with Patrick Schoen to talk shop about funeral service and Jacob Schoen & Son Funeral Directors.
Following the completion of the J. Garic Schoen Chapel, Jacob Schoen & Son was recently featured on page 18 in the Good Business Matters section of the Clarion Hearld.
Army Private Earl Keating came home on Delta Flight 1063, and when the U.S Army Honor Guard met his casket, family members were overwhelmed....
In case you missed it, here is a lovely article from The Gambit about the story of Jacob Schoen & Son.
The fifth generation of his family to run Jacob Schoen & Son funeral home, Patrick Schoen is bringing new life and a “no request is too strange” spirit to an industry that’s become all about tailor-made farewells.
VICE.com spoke to Patrick Schoen of Jacob Schoen & Son to learn more about nontraditional funerals.
Patrick Schoen of Jacob Schoen & Son was featured in The Times-Picayune in an article titled "Life of the parlor: Patrick Schoen doesn't let death business get him down."
In this article by Slate.com, Patrick Schoen discusses how Jacob Schoen & Son cared for the victims of the 1973 UpStairs Lounge arson attack.
The Schoen Funeral Home: A Place of History and Characters
The socialite Mary Cathryn Easterling, known as Mickey, lived a flamboyant life and she expected an equally fabulous funeral.She got one.
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