Funeral Consumers Alliance of Utah


  If you feel this is a good cause a donation of any amount is needed & appreciated!

None of the below pdf files are appearing right now.  I don't know why yet.  If you would like to see any please email me which ones. 

 

Utah Morturary Price Survey for 2009:

Survey2009NorthernUtah.pdf

Survey2009CentralUtah.pdf

Survey2009SouthernUtah.pdf

 

Why Plan your funeral today?  Be Interviewed by a loved one, it's funner that way:

FuneralPlanningForm.pdf

 

Assigna specific person to control the disposition of your remains:

ADtocontroldisp.doc

 

CASKETS should cost less than $700:

CasketoptionsinUtah.pdf

 

LDS? Catholic? Baptist?, Does your church talk about CREMATION?

CREMATIONCanWe.pdf

 

If your LIVING WILL is older than Jan 2008 or you don't have one then you need to fill out this new & easy form for Utah residents:

http://www.hsdaas.utah.gov/advance_directives.htm

 

Utahs' office of Vital Records: Instructions on how to file a death certificate:

http://health.utah.gov/vitalrecords/

 

There is a new Home Funeral Committee  willing to serve residents of Orem/Provo free of charge.  Call 801-226-2323 for service or to volunteer.

For those who desire a home funeral in other states: homefuneraldirectory.com

We are a non-profit all-volunteer-run organization. 

We are an affiliated member of the Funeral Consumers Alliance: www.funerals.org

We are an educational association dedicated to consumer’s rights.

We show you how to control funeral costs.

We are not a prepayment or insurance plan and will not refer you to any.

We monitor legislative issues, that they are consumer friendly.

Our top 10 Utah tips: FCABROCHURE2009.pdf

your donation supports:

·    Transferable membership to over 100 affiliates nationwide

·    Biennial Price Survey of funeral dealerships throughout Utah

·    Alternatives to pre-paid contracts

·    Detailed pre-planning forms

·    Advice on Green alternatives: FCAbrochureGREENBURIAL.doc

·    Free basic help for everyone

·    Availability of FCA in the future