Obituaries are generally written to commemorate the life of the recently deceased. Whoever scripted the life and times of Marianne Theresa Johnson-Reddick apparently missed that point when marking her passing.
Go to a nursing home and kiss everyone. When you learn someone’s name, share their patron saint’s story, and their feast day, so they can celebrate. Invite new friends to Thanksgiving dinner. If they are from another country and you have trouble understanding them, learn to “listen with an accent.”
We were emailed last week about the launch of ‘Resting Here’, a smartphone app that helps you locate the resting place of your loved one through GPS. Once the smart phone app gets you to within 5 meters of the Resting Place a “pop up” will appear on the screen of your smart phone that reads “Tap for Memories”.
RIP: Reminded today & every day. We will never forget 9.11.01. Old Glory Hearse by McGuinness Funeral Home
Swedish firm Pause Ljud & Bild has announced their CataCombo Sound System caskets, which come equipped with two-way speakers and a Spotify account to stream music into the grave.
Rumors of a television show featuring specialized coffins and real-life casket makers have been circling in the world of entertainment for a couple of years. The reality, however, could begin in the near future.
Have you heard of Millionaire Casket? Well they are making a push to be the casket distributed by every casket company in the USA.
A new partnership between the National Hospice Foundation and Tributes.com provides a simple way for family members to direct memorial donations to NHF.
No, we don’t think funeral homes should keep using typewriters, but we do feel that some funeral homes are embracing technology before they have the right plan in place. This horror story is the perfect example.