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Adam Rogalsky is a 2005 graduate of Humber College, Toronto, Canada, with a degree in Mortuary Science. In the years following graduation, Adam worked in two of Toronto’s high-volume funeral homes. In 2010 he assumed the position of a sales representative for Dodge Canada, serving Southwestern Ontario. In 2019 he was named Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Dodge Canada. Recently, he has become a sought-after presenter for regional and national funeral service organizations throughout North America.
Mr. Rogalsky presented "From One Extreme to the Other: Edema vs Emaciation" and "Feature Building and Cosmetics: What To Look For" during our Clinic.
William Sean Sweetman
William Sean Sweetman, MBIE, Past Chairman North American Division - William Sean Sweetman, better known as Sean, is a graduate of Worsham College of Mortuary Science, graduating in 1990. He has been a licensed funeral director and embalmer in Illinois since 1993. From 1990-2007 Sean was engaged by the Sweetman Trade Service. Commencing in 2007, Sean was employed by Sax-Tiedemann Funeral Home and Crematorium for twelve years until 2019 when he was hired by the Dodge Company to assume the territory previously served by Jack Adams. When he is not on the road serving his clients, Sean serves as a Clinical Instructor of Anatomy Dissection and Embalming at Worsham College of Mortuary Science. He is a co-author of the textbook, “Creating Natural Form.” As if that isn’t enough, Sean also serves on the college’s Advisory Board.
Sean is a certified Crematory Operator, having achieved certification through the Cremation Association of North America. He is a member of the National Funeral Directors Association, as well as the National Funeral Directors Service Association of Greater Chicago where he served as secretary-treasurer for ten years. He is a member of the British Institute of Embalmers and currently serves as Immediate Past Chairman of the North American Division of the British Institute of Embalmers. Always willing to be of service, Sean also is a member of the Illinois Funeral Directors Association, as well as a member of the Northeastern Funeral Directors Association.
Mr. Sweetman presented "Overcoming Delayed Embalming Issues" and "Creating a Lasting Memory" during our Clinic.
Bill Werner is the Assistant Sales Manager and Director of Technical Resources for the Dodge Company and is a Dodge Company sales representative serving Rhode Island since November 2011. Bill is a graduate of Mt. Ida College with an AS Degree in Mortuary Science, a BS Degree from University of New Hampshire, and MBA from Boston University. He has been a licensed funeral director and embalmer for over 25 years. Bill served at the U.S. Port Mortuary at Dover Air Force Base, Dover, Delaware as part of the Army Liaison Team assisting in the repatriation of our fallen soldiers. Bill was the Former Director of Instruction and Operations for a Command and General Staff College brigade covering 48 states. He recently retired as a Colonel from the U.S. Army Reserves after over 30 years of service.
Mr. Werner presented "The Challenges of Tissue Gas" and "Pandemic: The Reality & History of the Last 100 Years & Its Impact on Funeral Service" during our Clinic.
William D. Zwicharowski
William D. Zwicharowski is the former Port Mortuary Branch Chief, Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations (AFMAO), Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. Ziggy, as he is known to his friends, retired May 4, 2018.
AFMAO has global responsibility for all Air Force mortuary matters for current and past conflicts. The organization operates the nation's sole port mortuary and provides global contingency mortuary response teams in support of Air Force and combatant command requirements. He is responsible for the preparation, care and return of victims of wars, mass fatalities, and current deaths throughout the world.
Mr. Zwicharowski was born in Archbald, Pennsylvania and served in the U.S. Marine Corps for three years. He has more than 30 years of funeral service experience. He began working at the Port Mortuary in 1999 and prior to that he was the founder, owner and operator of William Zwicharowski Funeral Home in Boksburg, Pennsylvania. He is a licensed funeral service practitioner in Delaware and Pennsylvania.
Mr. Zwicharowski presented "Dignity, Honor And Respect … Personal Observations Over The Years" during our Clinic.
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