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“We are committed to advocating for and supporting the diverse population in the state of Arizona. We believe that funeral directors, cemeterians, aftercare professionals and the families they serve of all races, cultures and groups deserve high ethical treatment, compassion, and the opportunities for continuing education in order to better serve the community.”

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Data Shows COVID-19 Impact on Funeral Service is Significant

NFDA 2022 Cremation and Burial Report Shows Nearly Half of Members Now Offer Online Cremation Burial Arrangements with the Cremation Rate Across the Nation Expected to Exceed 50% by 2035   Brookfield, Wis.– The long-lasting repercussions of the COVID-19 are only just now being fully understood as data from the last two years becomes more … Read more

2022 AFCCA 12th Annual Conference Recap

Another conference has come and gone! This year’s theme was to “Tell Your Story” where attendees, speakers and supplier/service partners were encouraged to share how they entered into the death care profession and why they are passionate to continue. These stories are incredibly powerful, and it enlightened so many of us to hear from people … Read more

HB2123 Next Steps

The association has been very actively involved this past legislative session on HB2123. Originally there was no continuation bill meaning that there would not have been a board as of June 30. The bill that was introduced and then passed will give us the opportunity to meet with legislators to work over the summer and … Read more