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Minnehaha Funeral Home

Posted: September 29, 2020

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Funeral Director / Intern

Seeking Licensed Funeral Director/Intern to serve rural Minnehaha County/Sioux Falls metro area, South Dakota: Due to pending retirements, Minnehaha Funeral Homes, a cooperative community owned funeral home, has the opportunity for a full-time licensed funeral director/embalmer to join our organization and be involved in all aspects of our operation. Our professional business is based on serving families as though they were our own. Our funeral home has four chapels located in Baltic (pop. 1200), Colton (pop. 700), Dell Rapids (pop. 3600), and Garretson (pop. 1150), South Dakota, just minutes north of Sioux Falls (metro area pop. 250,000). We serve approximately 80-100 families per year with three licensed full-time funeral directors and one part-time licensed funeral director. Our organization puts our funeral directors first and can offer great balance in both your personal and professional lives. We offer a very competitive salary with complete benefits including medical insurance, 10% employer paid retirement, set schedule with guaranteed time off, paid vacation, company vehicle, funeral service association dues and state and national convention travel expenses. We are looking for applicants that have a willingness to learn and wish to help families create a meaningful funeral experience. Extra consideration will be given to those who are licensed or are able to become licensed in Minnesota. Start date is negotiable. To get a feel for our work environment, staff, and level of professionalism, please visit our website at www.minnehahafuneralhome.com and our Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/minnehahafuneralhome. Email cover letter and resume to Doug Nohava, CFSP, CPC,CCSP, Manager/Funeral Director at [email protected] Inquiries will be kept strictly confidential.

Employer


Minnehaha Funeral Home
180 Saint Olaf Ave
PO Box 200
Baltic, SD  57003
(605) 529-5411

Douglas Nohava, CFSP, CPC, CCSP
[email protected]
(605) 366-1078

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Funeral Director Douglas Nohava Meets with Congressional Representatives to Urge Support of Legislation Impacting Funeral Consumers

Photo Courtesy of Minneahaha Funeral Home L-R: Nancy Kirk, Rep. Kristi Noem, Ken Kirk of Kirk Funeral Home-Rapid City, Doug Nohava

Photo Courtesy of Minneahaha Funeral Home
L-R:  Nancy Kirk, Rep. Kristi Noem, Ken Kirk of Kirk Funeral Home-Rapid City, Doug Nohava

Garretson, SD  ̶  Douglas G. Nohava, CFSP, CPC, of Minnehaha Funeral Homes in Baltic, Colton, Dell Rapids, and Garretson, recently spent time in Washington, D.C., attending the 2014 National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) Advocacy Summit. The Summit, which was held March 4-6, enabled NFDA members to meet face-to-face with members of Congress and discuss issues of critical importance to funeral service. By participating in this event, Nohava is taking a proactive approach in advancing legislation that helps protect funeral consumers and benefits the communities he serves.

During the 2014 NFDA Advocacy Summit, Nohava met with meet with Sen. John Thune, Sen. Tim Johnson, and Rep. Kristi Noem to discuss the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Funeral Rule, a federal consumer protection law. The Funeral Rule has been interpreted as only applying to funeral homes; NFDA members argued that the law should be updated to include all sellers of funeral services and merchandise, including cemeteries, crematories, internet sellers and retail stores.

When the Funeral Rule was first promulgated in 1984, the funeral home was the primary source of funeral goods and services for the funeral consumer. Today, funeral consumers have a much greater variety of funeral service and merchandise sellers to choose from, including cemeteries, crematories, internet sellers and retail stores. Consumers who purchase funeral goods and services from somewhere other than a funeral home are not afforded the protections of the Funeral Rule, putting them in a vulnerable position.

To address this situation, NFDA members, like Nohava, feel that Congress should pass legislation that would require the FTC to update the Funeral Rule to reflect the current for-profit marketplace options for consumers and afford them the same protections they have under the Funeral Rule when dealing with funeral homes.

“Our funeral home staff has an unwavering commitment to the families we serve and our profession,” said Nohava. “I was proud to have the opportunity to meet with our elected senators and representatives in Washington, D.C., to help them understand the importance of updating federal consumer protection regulations.”

About Minnehaha Funeral Home

Minnehaha Funeral Home was founded in 1928 and is a cooperative owned by hundreds of shareholders in our communities. Over the years the funeral home has expanded to four locations in Minnehaha County. Nohava has been a funeral director with Minnehaha Funeral Home since 2005, and is a licensed funeral director/embalmer in South Dakota, Minnesota, and Iowa. He is also a member of the US Department of Health and Human Service’s Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team (D-MORT) which responds to mass fatality disasters across the country.

Nohava is also a certified firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician with the Garretson Fire Department, and Garretson Community Ambulance. He is a past Fire Chief and current Assistant Fire Chief of Garretson, and has been a South Dakota Certified Fire Instructor since 2007. Doug is married to Karly Hegge. They have two daughters, Kalyce and Amity.

About the National Funeral Directors Association

NFDA is the world’s leading and largest funeral service association, serving 19,700 individual members who represent more than 10,000 funeral homes in the United States and 39 countries around the world. NFDA is the trusted leader, beacon for ethics and the strongest advocate for the profession. NFDA is the association of choice because it offers funeral professionals comprehensive educational resources, tools to manage successful businesses, guidance to become pillars in their communities and the expertise to foster future generations of funeral professionals. NFDA is headquartered in Brookfield, Wis., and has an office in Washington, D.C. For more information, visit www.nfda.org.

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Minnehaha Funeral Home

Right caretBasic services

This is the fee for the basic organizational services that the funeral home will provide. This fee is generally mandatory.

$2,150

Right caretTransportation of the deceased

This is the fee for the funeral home to come pick up your loved one and bring him/her to the funeral home for preparation.

$300

Right caretEmbalming

This is the fee for the embalming process. Embalming is generally not required if proper refrigeration is available.

$900

Right caretStaff for viewing or visitation

This is the fee for the services the funeral home will provide during a visitation or viewing. This is generally required if you would like to hold a viewing and visitation at the funeral home or if you will be needing any assistance from the staff.

$400

Right caretStaff for funeral or memorial service

This is the fee for the services the funeral home will provide during a funeral or memorial service. This is generally required if you would like to hold the service at the funeral home or if you will be needing any assistance from the staff for the service.

$400

Right caretStaff for graveside service

This is the fee for the services the funeral home will provide during a graveside service. This is generally required if you will be needing any assistance from the staff for the service.

$400

Right caretUse of a hearse

This is the fee to transport your loved one from the funeral home to funeral events (or between events) in a hearse.

$250

Right caretBody prep

This is the fee for additional preparation of the body, such as dressing and casketing.

$250
Right caretCasket

This is the cost to purchase a casket from the funeral home. You may choose to purchase a casket online or elsewhere, if you'd wish.

$2,000

$1,600

Right caretBurial vault

This is the cost to purchase a burial vault from the funeral home. A burial vault is required for most cemeteries, but you may choose to purchase one online or elsewhere, if you'd wish.

$1,300
Right caretFlowers

This is a common price to purchase funeral flowers. You may purchase flowers through the funeral home or separately, if you wish.

$300
Right caretPrinted programs

This is the fee to purchase printed funeral programs. You may purchase programs through the funeral home or elsewhere, if you wish.

$150
Total estimated cost $8,800
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