We are a member of the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) and as such, we adhere to a strict Code of Professional Conduct that ensures the highest professional standards and quality of service to families.
In accordance with the NFDA Code of Professional Conduct, we acknowledge and adhere to the obligations of the funeral profession in three (3) key areas, which follow an Ethical Principle that sets forth the goals and ideals of the profession.
These obligations are:
I. To the Family
Ethical Principle: Members have an ethical obligation to serve each family in a professional and caring manner, being respectful of their wishes and confidences, being honest and fair in all dealings with them and being considerate of those of lesser means.
II. For the Care of the Decedent
Ethical Principle: Members have an ethical obligation to care for each deceased person with the highest respect and dignity, and to transport, prepare and shelter the remains in a professional, caring and conscientious manner.
III. To the Public
Ethical Principle: Members have an ethical obligation to offer their services and to operate their businesses in accordance with the highest principles of honesty, fair dealing and professionalism.
Consumer Tips for Arranging a Funeral
At some time in our lives, most of us will make or assist in making funeral arrangements. This will not be an easy time, but the Clarence B. Wright Funeral Home wants you to be a informed consumer
1. Don't be reluctant to ask questions.
2. Wright funeral Home offers a variety of options to meet your financial needs and wishes.
3. Be prepared! Avoid the burden of making decision while under emotional stress by organizing details with US ahead of time. Remember ... preplanning doesn't necessarily mean prepaying.
4. Plan a personal and meaningful ceremony or service to help you begin the healing process. Getting through grief is never easy but having a meaningful funeral will help.