Lamcraft Introduces a Guided Memorial Journal
Inspired by the suggestions of an especially compassionate funeral director, Lamcraft, Inc. has developed a memorial journal that features 18 topics to prompt writing about a loved one. Meaningful quotes are scattered throughout to inspire writing about the deceased and to memorialize them in a uniquely personal way.
Lamcraft’s wire-bound journal lies flat to facilitate writing and features lined pages for journal entries and a few unlined pages to allow for sketching or for mounting photos or mementos. The flexible format provides the opportunity for several family members or friends to contribute entries for sharing, or a single person may wish to record personal memories to re-read and reflect upon in solitude. The 82-page journal features four cover designs to choose from and the durable laminated covers will protect the contents for years to come.
Funeral directors may wish to provide the journal at time of service, or offer it as an aftercare product to aid in the grieving process.
The journal is sold with quantity discounts available. The journal may be ordered online at https://www.lamcraft.com/c-228-introducing-our-memorial-journal.aspx or by calling 1-800-821-1333.
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