Regulators in Ohio contradict themselves

On April 20th, Jeff Edwards will have his day in court. Jennifer Baugess of the State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors lied about Jeff ever being told that he could not offer families the option of an alkaline hydrolysis disposition. On March 10, I was assured by Malik Hubbard, Executive Director of the Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors, that they were taking no action on this matter, as they did not have any regulative authority to do so. CycledLife, manufacturer of alkaline hydrolysis systems, sold Jeff Edwards his system. The ODH denied an Ohioan a basic human right: to honor his dead. To date, only one out of over 500 families that have had the option to choose either an alkali disposition or a cremation stuck with cremation.

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