Welcome to the Orange County Funeral Directors Association (OCFDA),
a non-profit organization comprised of mortuaries, funeral directors and businesses that primarily serve the funeral industry in Orange County, California
Congratulations to the 2018 OCFDA Scholarship Winners: Ashley Artukovich, Maria Veronica Soto Ryan, Christine Robles, and Alicia Razo.
Mr. Allan Gomez, with over fifteen years of experience in banking and management, currently serves as Senior Vice President,
Relationship Banker for First Foundation Bank. Allan works with the Orange County region team to generate new commercial and
specialty deposits through building new relationships within the community.|
First Foundation Bank is dedicated to connecting with funeral homes and death care service providers, using a relationship-driven approach for successful,
long-term banking partnerships. First Foundation Bank can assist during every stage of your business with various financing products, including lines of credit,
term loans, and leasing options. Additionally, First Foundation Bank can help funeral homes with deposit accounts tailored to the specific needs of the
business while providing unsurpassed customer service, technology, and online security. With the capability and expertise to help your business grow and the
tools to help you manage your cash flow, First Foundation Bank's treasury management products offer remote deposit capture, merchant bankcard processing,
ACH payments and collection, payee positive pay, online banking, and more.
First Foundation Bank is currently offering a relationship savings account with a rate of 1.50% APY and a 16-month CD with a rate of 2.50% APY.
For more information, please click here for details.
Please contact Allan Gomez at (949) 668-7199 if you have any questions. First Foundation Bank is a Member of the FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender.
Code of Ethics:
As OCFDA members we commit to follow a strong code of ethics:
• To set an example of good citizenship by honesty and fairness in all dealings.
• To perform all services in a dignified and respectful manner.
• To respect the confidence of each family served.
• To be ever-mindful of the welfare of co-workers.
• To observe all public health laws and support enactment of all just laws pertaining to the mortuary profession.
• To encourage the advancement of all facets of funeral service.
• To extend any assistance necessary in offering service in individual cases of actual hardship.
• To conduct all services in a manner that will assist in meeting the needs of the decedent, both religious and personal of all those served.
• To cooperate and deal fairly with other funeral directors.