The Colorado Funeral Directors Association:
Funeral Establishment Membership
Any funeral service enterprise which exists for the purpose of providing funeral services to the general public within the state of Colorado, whether constituted as a sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or other legal form of enterprise, upon application in writing and remittance of dues as prescribed by the Board, shall be considered an establishment member.
Membership shall extend to all employees within establishment member firms. Representation shall be through designated delegates and alternates.
Only establishment members shall be entitled to vote and will do so through designated delegates.
Establishment Membership requires dues and membership in both the CFDA and the National Funeral Directors Association. Dues is calculated based on he total case volume for all establishments under common ownership (primary and branch/affiliate locations). A base fee plus per case fee applies for CFDA and NFDA dues.
All dues payments must be submitted directly to the CFDA and must be paid in full before February 15 each calendar year.
Allied / Supplier Membership
Any individual or enterprise providing services to or through those who provide funeral services to the public, whether constituted as a sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or other legal form of enterprise, or providers of funeral service in areas outside of Colorado.
Membership shall extend to all employees within allied member firms.
Allied Members are not entitled to vote.