For more than one hundred years, funeral directors throughout Ohio have counted on the Ohio Funeral Directors Association as they've reached out to families in grief.
As one of the largest state associations for funeral directors in the nation, OFDA has become a conduit for promoting the funeral profession and a vital link between members.
More than 1000 Ohio funeral homes are part of the OFDA family, benefiting from a host of special services tailored exclusively for them.
Whether it's education and training, professional networking, or a voice in the legislature, OFDA has something for you. We invite you to take advantage of the many services OFDA offers and become part of the strongest family of professional funeral associations in the country.
July 23, 2014
Later date due to NFDA Leadership Conference
July 24, 2014
August 7, 2014
by John T. McGough
Courtesy Card law, Cemetery-related Legislation and Burial of Veterans Unclaimed Remains are discussed.
By T. Scott Gilligan, OFDA General Counsel
The FTC, Indigent Funeral Costs and the FTC are all discussed.