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32-1302 - Board of funeral directors and embalmers; appointment; term; qualifications; removal; oath; compensation
32-1302. Board of funeral directors and embalmers; appointment; term; qualifications; removal; oath; compensation
A. The state board of funeral directors and embalmers is established. The board consists of seven members appointed by the governor pursuant to section 38-211. Members serve at the pleasure of the governor. Board members serve staggered terms of four years beginning and ending on January 1 unless removed by the governor. The governor shall appoint a member for the unexpired portion of a term to fill a vacancy occurring during a term of office.
B. Each member of the board shall be a resident of this state. Four members shall be practicing funeral directors or embalmers licensed under this chapter. Three members shall be public members, one of whom is an owner or manager of a business that has no pecuniary or proprietary interest in a funeral establishment or crematory or in the sale of funeral goods and services. The public members shall not be licensed under this chapter currently or have been licensed under this chapter in the five years preceding appointment.
C. Before entering office, each appointee shall take and subscribe to an oath before an officer competent to administer oaths that the appointee is qualified to hold office and will faithfully perform the duties imposed on board members by law.
D. Members of the board are eligible to receive compensation pursuant to section 38-611 for each day of actual service in the business of the board.