AGEG is the only association in Georgia that focuses on Embalmers!
Our members are a great pool of information for embalmers across the state and the southeast. AGEG offers specific training for your profession and opportunities to earn your Continuing Education Hours for your licensing requirements. AGEG members receive a discounted rate event pricing and AGEG News.
AGEG News comes directly to your email and includes notices about our upcoming events, funeral service obituary notices, the latest industry news, updates and guidance (licensing, regulatory, Coronavirus Disease 2019, FEMA COVID-19 Funeral Assistance, and more). Members can participate in our Career Center and Member News share.
2022 Membership Form
Return your fully completed form to the AGEG office. Incomplete forms will not be processed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to renew each year? Yes, to be a current AGEG member and maintain your member benefits, your dues must be renewed each year.
Do Emeritus members need to complete a form? Yes, to be a current AGEG member and maintain your member benefits, you should complete a form each year. Remember to initial the appropriate line on your dues form to indicate your **Emeritus status**.
Do I need to renew if I am not attending the Clinic? Yes, dues are due each year regardless of Clinic attendance. Clinic attendance and registration are separate from membership.
**Emeritus status is defined as: At least 65 years of age with 20 years as a Licensed Embalmer and 10 years of continuous paying dues membership with the Academy of Graduate Embalmers will entitle the Emeritus status to comping (no charge) annual dues and clinic fee.**
Membership dues are due annually by January 1.
Membership is per individual (not funeral home or company).
The AGEG logo may only be used by current AGEG members and must be used in a proper manner.
Dues are not refundable due to clinic cancellation.