The Conference created a committee of the executive directors of the member boards to give a voice to the professional regulators.The Burial Services Section is staffed by an executive director, an audit program director, an administrative assistant, auditors and a staff attorney.The audits are compliance audits, and therefore primarily concerned with ensuring that deposits and withdrawals comply with statutory requirements.The Burial Services office is a member of the North American Death Care Regulators Association (DCRA) whose members are full-time government employees who regulate cemeteries in their jurisdictions.Please view Active Duty/Discharge Renewal Extension Form #R210.Mc Millen (Koepplinger), Jo Anne 12/15/1928-7/9/2018 Cottonwood Shores, Texas Jo Anne (Koepplinger) Mc Millen passed away on Monday, July 9, 2018 in Texas at the age of 89 years.
The Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers was created in 1951, with grandfather-type provisions for persons and establishments operating prior to the effective date.
The Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers licenses and regulates funeral directors, embalmers and funeral establishments.
The Burial Services/Cemetery division administers legislative acts that require the establishment of a trust for the protection of those who buy cemetery and funeral property and services.
The Conference addresses licensure qualification, examination, state-to-state reciprocity and other issues (such as cremation) which impact the missions of the member boards.
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