What is the Funeral Consumers Alliance of Humboldt?
An alliance for end-of-life planning, advocacy for dignified and economic end-of-life choices
Funeral Consumers Alliance of Humboldt (FCAH) is a non-denominational, non-profit consumer organization, incorporated in California in 1965, to educate its members and the public about State and Federal funeral and cemetery regulations and to assist in providing access to simple, dignified and economical end of life services. It is NOT a pre-payment plan, and it does not sell insurance or services.
FCAH is a member of the national Funeral Consumers Alliance, with more than 100 affiliates around the U.S. Our community advocacy group assists in keeping the cost of death as low as feasible, while respecting your wishes.
The Board of Directors and its officers serve without pay and are elected at the annual meeting where each member is entitled to vote. If you believe that pre-planning is preferable to making funeral arrangements under stress and if you wish to relieve your survivors of making difficult decisions while grieving and emotionally vulnerable, then consider joining and using the FCA of Humboldt.
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Katherine has been in Humboldt County since 1997, and she loves getting involved in the community that is Humboldt County. She has been involved off and on behind the scene with FCA of Humboldt for about 3 yrs.
Katherine has served on other boards for breastfeeding support and home schooling in Humboldt county in years past.
Katherine loves going for walks on Humboldt's beautiful beaches and redwood forests.
Catherine is a artist and a retired microbiologist, who loves music, hiking, and creating. Catherine appreciates FCA for their knowledge base about end of life choices that reflect her values and fit her budget.
Nancy enjoys spending time with her family and living on the beautiful North Coast.
As a long-time member of FCAH, Nancy is a firm believer in the value of education surrounding end of life issues. She serves on the Board of Trustees for both FCAH and FCA-California. She benefits by being better informed, which helps her to better serve our members and our community. Nancy is grateful for the opportunity to make a contribution and looks forward to welcoming new members to our Board.
Jan has been a member of our local FCA since 1976 and a lifetime believer in the importance of preparing for your end of life.
Tracy Jordan French
Tracy first served on the FCAH board beginning in 1998. She has for over 25 years, served in local nonprofits as both an administrator and board member.
Her focus is on home funerals and natural burials.