An important announcement from ICCFA In Response to the 60 Minutes Segment

MICHIGAN CEMETERY ASSOCIATION

Becoming a member is quick and easy! Register online or by mail.

Membership Application by Mail

To register by mail, please print out the Membership Application and fill it in, along with a check made payable to:

MICHIGAN CEMETERY ASSOCIATION

And mail it to:

MICHIGAN CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
Executive Offices
PO Box 289
Fenton, MI 48430

Online Application for Membership

To register online, please complete and submit the following form:

Having read the Code of Ethics and without reservation, I hereby make application for membership in the Michigan Cemetery Association, and upon acceptance agree to abide by the Constitution and By Laws of said Association, amendments thereto, and the Code of Ethics.


Active Member: $300.00 Any person of good character actively engaged in Cemetery work and a resident of the state of Michigan.

Associate Member: $125.00 Any person of good character Associated with a Cemetery that already has an active member belonging to this association and is a resident of the state of Michigan.

Supplier Member: $195.00 Any person of good character actively engaged in selling equipment or supplies to cemeteries. Active Membership fee applies for first member. (Supplier members may not vote or hold office)

Code of Ethics

The fundamental purpose for which this association exists is to inspire continued effort toward the improvement of the cemeteries of Michigan. To foster and encourage the highest ethical standards in the operation, maintenance and management of all the cemeteries in the state. To this end we subscribe and pledge our support to the ethics and principals of this, The Michigan Cemetery Association.

  • We believe this association should be thoroughly representative of the cemetery business.
  • We encourage the application of the highest ethical standards in the business.
  • We will strive to unite members in the closest bonds of good fellowship.
  • We will encourage and actively participate in all legislation concerning cemeteries that will strengthen and improve the protection of all the people in the state.
  • We believe in the fundamental precepts of fair competition.
  • The use of methods or practices that lend to discrimination of the sale of lots, markers, monuments or other commodities pertinent to the cemetery will be discouraged by this association.
  • We believe in fair dealings with the general public.
  • We discourage the practice of selling cemetery burial rights for speculative or investment purposes.
  • We will solicit and encourage others whose methods of operation subscribe to the above declaration of this code of ethics, to affiliate with the Michigan Cemetery Association.
November 1999