Michigan Funeral Director Sentenced to At Least 18 Months in Prison

May 2013
Funeral Service Insider Newsletter;5/13/2013, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that Thomas Wandersee, owner of Wandersee Funeral Home located in Bruce Crossing Michigan, was sentenced 18 months to five years in prison by a county court after pleading guilty to three felony counts of embezzlement. It mentions that the sentenced was given by judge Janis Burgess who also sent a letter to the Michigan Funeral Directors Association. Moreover , it says that Wandersee apologized to the victims.


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