Muneerah is an Entrepreneur, Author & Licensed Funeral Director. She is also the founder of Eternal Enterprises, Inc. Muneerah has been featured on the Steve Harvey daytime talk show, the Food Network, the first African American woman to appear on the front cover of American Funeral Director magazine, The New York Times, the front page of the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper & more.
Muneerah Warmer’s education includes graduating from Randolph Skill Center High School, where her trade was Health Related Technology. She attended Temple University for two years and graduated from Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science with a degree in embalming. One year after her college graduation Muneerah completed her apprenticeship and received a funeral directors license. Receiving her funeral directors license opened many doors for Muneerah.
Muneerah founded Eternal Enterprises, Inc. which is a funeral industry consulting company and the parent company of Funerals Today News & Funeral Divas, Inc. Muneerah also offers bereavement seminars to families, churches & other organizations to equip them with the tools they needed to properly prepare for grief & loss.
Muneerah now has twenty five years’ experience in the funeral industry.
MUNEERAH: pronounced [muh-neer-uh]
Meaning: brilliant, splendid, illuminating, enlightened.