Identify your hearse:
Go over your hearse and carefully identify which model of hearse that you own. There are only a handful of manufacturers of this type of vehicle so it should not be difficult to identify which one you own.
Make a detailed or comprehensive list of all the custom features your hearse might have. This can include special holders or motorised elements inside the vehicle.
Go through yellow pages:
The yellow pages are a good place to start your search for a qualified hearse mechanic. You will find listings for many different types of mechanics and service centres that handle hearses. Make sure that these mechanics are authorised to fix or repair your particular model of hearse. If you are unable to find mechanics then you can also search for hearse dealers in your area. Obviously anyone dealing in the selling or renting of hearses will have a proper service centre or at least a list of some decent mechanics that they use to ensure their vehicles are in decent shape.
Talk to service centres:
You can always talk to different service centres in your area to help you find a mechanic or workshop that can repair and service your hearse properly. Most workshops know each other and the manager or mechanics can help guide you in the right direction.
Go online and search for hearse mechanics in your area. The internet is a very good resource when researching anything unusual like a hearse mechanic. Some workshops might even have their own websites that you can go over to find out their rates and service history.
Place ad in newspaper:
You can always place your own ad in the classified section of your local newspaper stating your need for a good qualified hearse mechanic. Remember to ask any mechanic that calls about his or her certification and work history or affiliation with a particular auto workshop.