Funeral Related Organizations
Division of Funeral, Cemeteries, and Consumer Services
Regulates Funeral Homes, Cemeteries, Crematories, Direct Disposers and all related funeral professionals including firms and individual licensees.
Florida Community College at Jacksonville, Funeral Services Degree program
Miami-Dade Community College, Funeral Services Program
St. Petersburg College, Funeral Services Degree program
Phone : (727)-341-3781
Requirements for obtaining death certificate copies, amending death certificates, and the laws and rules regulating Vital Records.
Florida Funeral Directors Association
Phone: (850) 224-1969
Funeral & Cemetery Alliance of Florida
Independent Funeral Directors of Florida Association
Phone (850) 222-0198
Why is the Funeral Ritual Important?
An Article by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.
"When words are inadequate, have a ritual."
Aerial Scattering of Cremated Remains
The decision to be cremated is one of the most important decisions you can make. After that decision is made then the "Last Wish" of how your remains will be scattered is of utmost importance for you and your family
One-third of mesothelioma patients are veterans, and approximately 6,000 veterans afflicted with this asbestos-caused cancer died between 1999 and 2005 alone. The reason this cancer targets so many veterans is because of the prevalence of asbestos use in the military in the past. Part of our mission is to spread awareness to veterans and their families. Our website offers free veteran specific resources and support for patients and families.
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