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Call for Nominations for NCFDA Secretary Treasurer
Posted on 02/27/14 1:57 PMIn accordance with Article VIII, Paragraph 2 of the NCFDA Bylaws, this Nomination Form is for the purpose of soliciting nominations from interested NCFDA Members who wish to be included on the ballot for election as Secretary-Treasurer of NCFDA. A list of all qualified nominees will be submitted to NCFDA authorized delegates as provided by Article III for vote. Please be reminded this is the first step and is a Nomination Form.
Meeting on Funeral & Cemetery Legislation
Posted on 02/10/14 8:48 PMThe House Committee on Funeral and Cemetery Regulation (LRC)(2013) will meet at the following time: Wednesday, February 26, at 2:00 PM at the Catawba Valley Community College, East Wing Auditorium, 2550 Highway 70 SE, Hickory, NC 28602.
NCFDA BOD Meeting Cancelled
Posted on 02/10/14 3:15 PMThe meeting of the NCFDA Board of Directors scheduled for Wednesday, February 12th. has been cancelled due to anticipated ice and snow across the state. The meeting has been rescheduled for Wednesday, February 19th.
Casket or Urn for Veterans
Posted on 01/31/14 4:24 PMEffective January 10, 2014, the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs will furnish a casket or urn for burial in compliance with appropriate industry standards as determined by the VA, for veterans with no known next of kin or when sufficient resources are not available to furnish a casket or urn for burial in a national cemetery. This was one of the key provisions in the Dignified Burial and Other Veterans' Benefits Improvement Act of 2012, aimed at ensuring that the nations' military veterans receive an honorable and dignified burial at a national cemetery, even if they have no family to pay for it. Please contact your local Veterans Service Center to obtain further information