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|Mission||The mission of the Funeral Directors & Morticians Association of NC is to provide relevant and pertinent information to our members through educational seminars, promote a standard of excellent services within our perspective communities, embrace comradery and networking opportunities and actively continue our involvement legislatively as it relates to the funeral service industry.|
Code of Ethics of the Central District:
As licensed Funeral Directors, Embalmers, and Funeral Service Licensees, We fully recognize and are dedicated to our individual and cumulative responsibilities to the public, particularly to those we serve, and our obligation to conserve the goodwill and good attributes of the Funeral Services Profession, Working diligently, always, to achieve professional perfection.
In acknowledgement of accountability:
I. To those we serve
To give all due respect to the deceased, to dedicate ourselves to high standards of skill and dignity in conducting all services confidentially and professional relations are always of the utmost importance to all individuals; to comply with customs of all religions and creeds; to refrain from solicitation, direct or indirect, of business; to promote honest, truthful representation of all services and merchandise.
II. To The General Public
To be governed by the public health laws of North Carolina and regulations pertaining to our profession; to vindicate eminent moral standards in all of our relationships; to support and render constructive civic services in communities to institutions, government, professional and organizations.
III. To Our Profession:
To strive for a high standard of educational and scientific training; to abide by licensing laws, to adhere to rules of fair competition, to be ethical in all our endeavors.
We the members of the Central District of Funeral Directors and Morticians Association of North Carolina, Inc. do hereby subscribe to the principles herein above contained as our code of Ethics.