Christopher Kuhnen Earn Certification
The National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) has renewed the nationally recognized Certified Preplanning Consultant (CPC) designation to Mr. Christopher Kuhnen of Edgewood, Kentucky. Kuhnen is the Founder, Chief Executive Officer & President of newly established Funeral Profit Protectors, LLC headquartered in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
The CPC certification program is considered the standard of excellence in funeral service for individuals who help families plan funerals in advance. In order to become a Certified Preplanning Consultant, candidates must meet specific program requirements and pass an examination based on a standards manual. CPC’s must demonstrate their ongoing professional commitment by fulfilling specific requirements as they renew their certification every four years.
NFDA’s Certified Preplanning Consultant program, established in 1997, recognizes qualified, knowledgeable individuals who are committed to provide ethical and caring advance planning services for all families. “Those who have earned the prestigious CPC designation have achieved a unique career distinction that is highly valued by families that want to plan meaningful funerals in advance,” according to Colleen Murphy Klein, who manages the program.
Funeral Profit Protectors, LLC is a national funeral business profit counseling company serving independently owned and operated funeral homes across America. Kuhnen can be reached at (859) 307-7223 or www.funeralprofitprotectors.com.
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