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About the NCBFS

In response to the public health crisis associated with the Coronavirus, the NC Board of Funeral Service has closed the office suite at 1033 Wade Avenue in Raleigh, NC to visitors until further notice. Board staff are also subject to telework arrangements and not on-site unless necessary. Even though we are taking all necessary precautions to assure our safety and well-being during this time of crisis, we are continuing our services to licensees and the public through emails and telephone calls. We appreciate your patience and regret any inconvenience to you. Please check the Coronavirus Advisory page on this website for information on the impact of the virus on the funeral service profession. Licensees should check email accounts for daily advisories from the Board regarding critical information pertaining to funeral service. Thank you.

About the North Carolina Board of Funeral Service (NCBFS)

The North Carolina Board of Funeral Service is established under the provisions of Chapter 90 of the North Carolina General Statutes. Members of the Board are appointed by the Governor and the General Assembly.

The purpose of the North Carolina Board of Funeral Service is to safeguard the public health, safety, and welfare of North Carolina citizens by ensuring that those individuals and entities licensed for the practice of funeral services in this state are duly qualified.

Board Members and Staff

NCBFS consists of Board Officers, Members, and Staff. Many of the members also serve on Committees.

Board Schedule & Meetings

The Board generally meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Check out the Meeting Schedule and Meetings.

Crematory Authority

The Board Crematory Authority consists of officers and members specializing in Crematory issues.

Location

The Board is Located Inside the Raleigh Beltline.

Disciplinary Actions

Disciplinary Actions taken by the Board since January 1, 2018.

NCBFS History

The History of NCBFS spans over 100 years.