The CPC certification program is considered the standard of excellence in funeral service for individuals who help families plan funerals in advance. In order for Johnson to become a CPC, she had to meet specific program requirements and pass an examination based on a standards manual. CPCs must demonstrate their ongoing professional commitment by fulfilling requirements as they renew their certification every four years.
"As a certified preplanning consultant and a licensed insurance agent, I consider it an honor to be able to assist the families in our communities with pre-planning, as well as helping them make clear and wise financial decisions, which reflect their wishes for their funeral arrangements," Fuller said.
Johnson and her husband, Johnny, are both employees of Caldwell & Cowan. They are residents of Mansfield and member of Newton Baptist Church. She was born in Newton County and grew up on West Avenue in Conyers, where she graduated from Rockdale County High School in 1965. Her parents, Dewey and Gladys Sheppard Fuller, were lifelong residents of Newton and
NFDA's CPC program, established in 1996, recognizes qualified, knowledgeable individuals who are committed to providing ethical and caring advance planning services for all families.