Illinois Governor Quinn Names Cemetery Oversight Task Force-YourFuneralGuy

16 Jul

IllinoisThe Governor of the State of Illinois Patrick Quinn has named a nine member cemetery oversight  task force to investigate and make recommendations on cemetery reform.  The governor did this by Executive Order.

The executive order tells the task force to make a thorough examination of “the circumstances surrounding the recent tragic events at Burr Oak Cemetery”|“provide detailed recommendations on what policies, laws, rules and regulations should be implemented.”

The Task force is to report back to Governor Quinn, by September 15th 2009

The task force will consist of  leaders of  business, state government, human resource agencies, who are religious leaders, lawyers and executives.

Snippet  From cbs2chicago.com

Quoting  the Governor in an article entitled “Governor Quinn Names Cemetery Oversight Task Force”

The Burr Oak Cemetery scandal is an outrage. I believe in providing a proper and respectful burial,” said Governor Quinn. “This task force will ensure that our loved ones are always treated with reverence and dignity.”

I am pleased that the Governor is taking his time and evaluating the situation properly. This is a wise course for funerals and cemeteries in the State of Illinois.

Comptroller Dan Hynes was offering some quick legislation, but it appears that cooler heads are prevailing.

Still the raw emotion affecting the victims of the Scandal, will continue to be hard for all to deal with.

Funeral Industry| Funeral Blog by Your Funeral Guy, Funeral Director, Illinois Virginia

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