Colorado Funeral Directors Association


Leadership

The Colorado Funeral Directors Association is a 501(c)6 organization that is governed by a seven-person Board of Directors. Members of the Board of Directors are elected for two-year terms by a quorum of voting members at the annual meeting. Members may be re-elected according to the bylaws. 

The Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring the organization’s long-term financial stability and integrity. Directors ensure that the organization fulfills its mission by doing quality work. Directors recognize that in order to foster the organization’s continued viability and growth, diversification of income sources is essential and they pledge to personally contribute needed resources and talents toward this end.

There is no financial compensation for serving on the board. Directors are not reimbursed for travel to and from office meetings of the board. The Board convenes in-person at least two times each year and also meets via monthly teleconferences.

The 2018 Board of Directors listed below was elected and installed on November 8, 2017.

2018 CFDA Board of Directors

2018 CFDA Board of Directors: Stacey Kleinman, CMSP; Jessica Moratto, CMSP; Edward Halouska, CMSP; Jehn-ai Jackson; Ronna Adams, CFD. (Not shown: Adam Findley, CFD-CET; Ervin Maltbie, CFD; Kevin Wood, CMSP)

Executive Committee

President

Jehn-ai Jackson

Jehn-ai Jackson

Caldwell-Kirk Mortuary, Denver
303-861-4644

Vice President

Stacey Kleinman

Stacey Kleinman CMSP

Archdiocese of Denver Mortuary, Wheat Ridge
303-425-9511


Secretary Treasurer

Ronna Adams

Ronna Adams CFD

Evergreen Memorial Park, Evergreen

Immediate Past President

Edward Halouska

Edward M. Halouska CMSP

Chaney-Reager Funeral Home, Sterling
970-522-2111


Staff 

Executive Director

Steffani G. Blackstock

Steffani G. Blackstock CMP

Colorado Funeral Directors Association, HIghlands Ranch
303-791-2336

 

Directors at Large

Ervin Maltbie

Ervin Maltbie, CFD

Maltbie Funeral Services, Springfield
719-523-4543

Jessica Moratto

Jessica Morratto, CMSP

Callahan-Edfast Mortuary, Grand Junction
970-243-2450


Kevin Wood

Kevin Wood CMSP

Olinger Highland Mortuary, Thornton


Ex-Officio

CFSB Chairperson

Laura Zabel, CMSP

Archdiocese of Denver Mortuary, Wheat Ridge


NFDA Policy Board Representative

Adam Findley, CFD-CET

Adam Findley, CFD-CET

Allnutt Funeral Service, Loveland

CFDA Legislative/Advocacy Chair and Media Spokesperson

Chuck Bowman, CMSP, CFSP, CCO

Charles T. "Chuck" Bowman CMSP/CFSP/CCO

Horan & McConaty Funeral Services, Centennial
303-221-0030


Commitment to Serve

The Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring the organization’s long-term financial stability and integrity.  Directors ensure that the organization fulfills its mission by doing quality work.  Directors recognize that in order to foster the organization’s continued viability and growth, diversification of income sources is essential and they pledge to personally contribute needed resources and talents toward this end. As a nominee or current director to the CFDA Board, you must be willing to make every effort to fulfill these responsibilities. 


Board Member Responsibilities:

    • Support the organization's mission statement.
    • Read and understand the financial statements and otherwise assist the Board in fulfilling its fiduciary responsibility.
    • Attend all Board meetings and teleconferences and actively participate in decision-making.
    • Share your area of expertise with the board and staff.
    • Be an advocate for the organization; promote it in ways appropriate to your profession and contacts.
    • Maintain your membership and make a financial contribution appropriate to your circumstances.
    • Obtain various means of support for the organization, such as sponsors, advertisers, members, exhibitors, etc.
    • Fulfill the duties of care, obedience and loyalty to the organization.
    • Participate in regular assessments to improve board performance.
    • Participate in strategic planning activities.
    • Prioritize and monitor programs and services.
    • Partner with the executive director to accomplish the mission.
    • Serve on at least one committee or task force each year.
    • Work to develop new leadership and recommend potential board members to the Nominating Committee.
    • Avoid even the appearance of conflict of interest.
    • Participate in the organization’s conferences and meetings. 

Members of the Board of Directors are elected for two-year terms by a quorum of voting members at the annual meeting. Members may be re-elected according to the bylaws.

Directors are not reimbursed for travel to and from office meetings of the board. The Board convenes in-person two times each year, usually in January/February and just prior to the Convention. The Board also meets via monthly teleconferences. There is no financial compensation for serving on the board.

Directors are required to attend each board meeting, serve or assist on committees and be available to members, other leaders and staff, estimated to require 5 to 10 hours per month.  

Benefits of Leadership Service

  • Leadership is viewed as an opportunity to make a difference in the profession or trade.
  • Opportunity to identify needs, support and achieve organization and trade/professional goals. 
  • Gain or enhance experience in building and working with teams.
  • Increase knowledge of association activities and resources. 
  • Promote and develop leadership in others. 
  • Help to shape the organization’s direction and future.

Colorado Funeral Directors Association,  P O Box 631664, Highlands Ranch, CO 80163-1664 U.S.A. 

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