What people are saying about Selected members
"This is the first funeral I have helped plan. The most meaningful action was when Mom died and the person who came at 2:00 a.m. was wearing a suit and tie. That simple action—showing respect to the family and Mom's remains—is so appreciated. All the little extras Groce did for us were above expectations; they knew what we needed before we did and they had everything prepared and ready when needed."
- A.L., Asheville, NC
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|Our Code of Good Practice|
Setting a Higher Standard
The members of Selected Independent Funeral Homes offer this Code of Good Practice as the definitive statement of our commitment to providing service in the public interest. Every day, around the world, Selected members uphold the high standards of the Code. If you have a question about how the Code applies to you and your family, please reach out to your local Selected member.
Our Code of Good Practice
As funeral directors, our calling imposes upon us special responsibilities to those we serve and to the public at large. An important obligation is to provide information so that everyone can make knowledgeable decisions about funeral and cremation services.
In accepting our responsibilities, and as a condition of our affiliation with Selected Independent Funeral Homes, we affirm the following standards of good practice and hereby pledge:
We pledge to conduct ourselves at all times in a manner deserving of the public trust, and to provide a copy of this Code of Good Practice to the families we serve.
Revised September 2012
For greater detail on the purpose, function, importance and meaning of each provision in the Code, you can download The Explanatory Guide to the Selected Independent Funeral Homes Code of Good Practice. It provides concrete examples of what it means to be a Selected firm and why families can depend on Selected members to serve families with compassion and integrity.