Anderson-McQueen Family Tribute Centers is proud to announce John T. McQueen, CFSP, has been named President and CEO.
As a second generation funeral director, John began his career in funeral service working part time while in high school for the family business. Upon his return from college, John has... - December 31, 2010
Anderson-McQueen Family Tribute Centers is proud to announce John T. McQueen, CFSP, has been elected to serve as on the Board of Trustees of the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice. The Academy membership elects new Board of Trustees members for a term of six years. Mr. McQueen was installed... - November 19, 2010
Pet Passages by Anderson-McQueen is proud to support the 20th Annual 3K Pet Walk to benefit the SPCA Tampa Bay October 16, 2010. Owning or bringing a pet is not required; you can walk in honor or in memory of a beloved pet. You may also visit the Pet Passages booth and place a picture in memory of a beloved pet on the pet memory wall. - October 10, 2010
Anderson-McQueen Family Tribute Centers along with a handful of local St. Petersburg, Fla., businesses, is working to highlight the importance of proper flag retirement this July 4th weekend—allowing the general public to discard worn or tattered flags in the respectable manner in which they deserve. - July 02, 2010
Anderson-McQueen Family Tribute Centers is named top sponsor at St. Petersburg High School’s Relay for Life event May 14 – 15, 2010. A total of 19 teams are participating that include the Social Security Administration and The Sembler Company. Over 200 participants have raise over $12,000... - May 13, 2010
Anderson-McQueen Family Tribute Centers is celebrating Arbor Day by providing more than 1000 trees for local residents to participate in a global reforestation project. Partnering with Seed Our Future, the St. Petersburg funeral home distributed cards to 1000 neighbors with a unique PIN code to be used... - May 01, 2010
Anderson-McQueen Family Tribute Centers along with other national, state and community organizations, are leading a massive effort to highlight the importance of advance healthcare decision-making—an effort that has culminated in the formal designation of April 16, 2010 as National Healthcare Decisions... - April 14, 2010
Anniversary of Terri Schiavo’s Death Illustrates Importance of Pre-Planning. - March 31, 2010
Anderson-McQueen Family Tribute Centers has donated all net proceeds from their annual Tree of Memories event, $2,565.00, to the American Cancer Society in support of Relay for Life.
“The Trees of Memories event helps families remember their loved ones during the holiday season,” said Carole... - March 04, 2010
Anderson-McQueen Family Tribute Centers' vice president and chief operations officer recertified as Certified Funeral Service Practitioner. - January 22, 2010
Anderson-McQueen Family Tribute Centers is hosting its annual Tree of Memories event to help families remember their loved ones this holiday season. Attendees reserve complimentary ornaments to place on Christmas trees located at the Tyrone Tribute Center.
In addition to the complimentary angel provided... - November 25, 2009
Local funeral home calls on the community to fill their Harley-Davidson® hearse with toys. - November 23, 2009
Mobile museum honors veterans, public safety officers, Presidents, historical figures and celebrities - November 11, 2009
More than 550 local residents joined together on October 29th for inspiration, prayer and uplifting music at the YMCA of Greater St. Petersburg's Eight Annual Mayor's Prayer Breakfast. One of the area's most popular community events, the morning is filled with prayer, worship and reflection on important... - October 31, 2009
Anderson-McQueen Family Tribute Centers is proud to announce that William B. McQueen, President and CEO, was elected president of the Cremation Association of North America (CANA) to serve the 2009-2010 association year.
CANA is an association of cremationists, cemeterians, funeral directors, funeral... - October 09, 2009
Women used to wear black dresses and men wore black arm bands to commemorate their loss. Anderson-McQueen Funeral and Cremation Centers is helping St. Petersburg residents remember the heroes of 9/11 by flying 50 American flags and providing black memorial wristbands at each of its locations:
Northeast... - September 12, 2009
Bill McQueen, President of Anderson McQueen Funeral Homes and Cremation Centers, will be speaking about practical business applications at the Pet Loss Business Development Conference 2009. - June 12, 2009
Anderson McQueen Funeral Homes of St. Petersburg won a prestigious award at the Lincoln Heritage 2009 annual conference. - June 06, 2009
Anderson McQueen is hosting a free seminar for the public on Wednesday, June 4, 2009. - May 29, 2009
Nine out of 10 whom actively contributed to World War II are not recognized on the National WWII Memorial. Through the World War II Registry of Remembrances, the memory of America's World War II men and women of the armed services and any civilian who helped on the home front can be preserved at the... - May 01, 2009
Anderson McQueen Funeral and Cremation Centers is hosting a full day grief conference in St. Petersburg on May 20, 2009, featuring Dr. Alan D. Wolfelt, a noted psychologist and grief counselor. This is the 13th year that Anderson McQueen has provided a grief seminar for Tampa Bay care givers.
The program... - April 22, 2009
Anderson McQueen Funeral and Cremation Centers is celebrating Arbor Day by providing more than 250 trees to plant in the St. Petersburg area.
"Our father planted many of the trees that now tower over our Northeast St. Petersburg location," said Bill McQueen, president and CEO of Anderson McQueen. - April 20, 2009
Anderson-McQueen Funeral and Cremation Centers, in conjunction with Veterans & Family Memorial Care, is calling on St. Petersburg residents to support these brave men and women by donating old cell phones so they may stay connected to their families. - November 30, 2008