NC funeral home loses license for old bodies
An Anson County funeral home operator has lost her operating license after regulators say she left unburied bodies lingering for up to five months.
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#1 Apr 20, 2012
If state regulators found old bodies, should they not investigate reasons why? Having worked around funeral homes, many are overstocked, because families cannot come up with the appropriate monies for services, and they are left everyone, including the deceased, in limbo. No service,no burial, probably no grave space, or open and closing fees.
The state needs to reconsider like in days of old when potter's fields were a consideration. Then at least the deceased would regain their dignity, which most families probably ran out of long ago
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