ICCFA Presents Member Awards for 2010
The International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association (ICCFA) honored numerous members during its 2010 Convention & Exposition, March 10-13, 2010, in San Antonio, Texas.
The ICCFA certification program recognizes individuals who have demonstrated a high degree of competence and a high level of cemetery, cremation, funeral or supplier management, experience and skills. The ICCFA awarded the following designations:
Mark Pennington, CCFE, CCrE, CSE, president and CEO of Halo International Corporation in Twinsburg, Ohio, was awarded a Certified Cremation Executive (CCrE) designation; and
Ronald J. Nestor, CCE, grounds and operations foreman at Knollwood Cemetery Corporation, Sharon Memorial Park and Knollwood Memorial Park in Sharon, Massachusetts, was awarded a Certified Cemetery Executive (CCE) designation.
Quarter and Half Century Clubs
The ICCFA presented awards honoring those who have belonged to the association for 25 and 50 years.
Inducted into the Quarter-Century Club were:
Thomas M. Flynn, Homewood Memorial Gardens in Homewood, Illinois;
Harry C. Neel, Jefferson Memorial Cemetery and Funeral Home in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania;
Dennis Syndergaard, Cedar Memorial Park in Cedar Rapids, Iowa;
David J. Middlemiss, Jefferson Memorial Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and
Michael Walker, Jefferson Memorial Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Inducted into the Half-Century Club was the late Harold P. Ray, Cedar Memorial Park in Cedar Rapids, Iowa (awarded posthumously).
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