Elleanor Davis Starks

Elleanor Davis Starks

    Founded in 1993 in Kissimmee, FL the 100BWFS membership celebrates 25 years of excellence as they continue to showcase the dedication, compassion, integrity and strong work ethic of this industry while providing scholarships for deserving mortuary students.   
    During the 80th Annual Convention of NFDMA in Myrtle Beach, SC, the 100BWFS focused on passing the torch to the phenomenal next generation while honoring the funeral service greatness of 150 plus years.
    In the next few months we will feature some of the great South Carolina family legacies, trailblazers in education from the historic Atlanta College of Mortuary Science – the institution of Master Morticians – and the 2018 African American Funeral Service Hall of Fame Museum inductees. We are honored to share these stories about funeral service and its heroes. To donate historic pictures, articles, magazines, etc. to the AAFSHFM email Hundredbwfs@aol.com.

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Elleanor Davis Starks, CFSP-CCA, is the Founder and COO of 100 Black Women of Funeral Service, Inc. The Nation's Premier Funeral Service Organization for Minority Women who have chosen funeral service as their Profession or Career. Elleanor is a Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer. She attended Gupton-Jones College as well as Kentucky State University and Xavier University. She spends half the year in Florida and the other six months in California. She is an avid writer, historian and researcher of African American Funeral Service History. She is an avid supporter of mentoring those new to the industry and honoring those who will or have left legacies within Funeral Service. It is her goal to furnish black funeral service history books for mortuary schools around the nation through collaborations, research and programming. Friend her on Facebook at 100 Black Women of Funeral Service or Elleanor Starks. Each year at its Academy Awards the 100 Black Women of Funeral Service recognize outstanding firms and individuals.




Email: Hundredbwfs@aol.com  
Website: www.100Blackwomenoffuneralservice.com



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