MLKBA Member Dayspring-Fitch & Sons Funeral Home Profiled in Forbes.com

Former MLK BA chair and Forbes.com blogger Julie Pham profiles Dayspring-Fitch & Sons, Seattleā€™s last remaining independent African American funeral home. MLKBA board member and Dayspring-Fitch founder Zane Fitch shares his story of starting out and working in a still self-segregated industry, adapting to serve an increasingly diverse market, and preparing his sons to take over the family business. Read the story in Forbes.com http://www.forbes.com/sites/juliepham/2014/07/30/dayspring-fitch-sons-funeral-home-changes-with-its-community

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