Funeral and Cemetery Board
Licenses funeral directors, embalmers, and cemetery operators within the state. Investigates violations of state regulations related to the funeral and cemetery industry, and recommend rules and regulations for administering licensing and regulatory laws.
|Total Board Positions
|Public Disclosure Required?
|Senate Confirmation Required?
|$50 per day, plus travel and per diem
|Term Length (years)
|Statutory Term Limits
Member Requirements: Three members of the board must be persons who have had experience in the active administrative management of a cemetery authority or as a member of the board of directors of a cemetery authority for a period of five years preceding appointment. Three members of the board must each be licensed in this state as funeral directors and embalmers and must have been continuously engaged in the practice as funeral directors and embalmers for a period of five years preceding appointment. One member must represent the general public and may not have worked in or received any substantive financial benefit from the funeral or cemetery industry. Board members must be a resident of the state of Washington.