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Tag Archives: Obituary
More families are avoiding high newspaper obituary costs
If a close loved one died, would you buy space for an obituary in your local newspaper? A recent study found that 88 percent of respondents would. However, many of these same respondents were surprised to find out just how … Continue reading
- Clarence Darrow
Create a lasting obituary for the world to see
Our Tip of the Week: If making your own website for a loved one seems like a daunting task, let the professionals handle it. When you customize a website template to honor your loved one, you end up with a … Continue reading
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The author talks about living your life to leave the legacy you desire.
Author Brad Meltzer was so concerned about what would be in his obituary that he hired someone to write it while he could still read it. In this TEDx talk, he talks about the importance and impact to what’s in … Continue reading
Sad loss of a funny and talented woman and pioneering feminist
I just heard Ms. Ephron passed away. I’ve always been such a great admirer of Nora’s. Being that we are gunning to launch our full website here at SevenPonds, I will offer some of my favorite quotes of hers in … Continue reading