Helping Families and Friends Honor Their Loved Ones

Our Memorials

Are Printed in Hardcover Books to be Passed Down for Generations

Incorporate Photos, Videos, and Stories to Paint a Complete Picture

Are Elegant and Easy to Read with Large Fonts

Are Always Accessible Online and Can Be Stored on a USB Drive

Allow Family and Friends to Share Pictures and Videos that will be Preserved for Generations

Our simple three-step process:

1. Send the Info

When you purchase a memorial, you will receive an email with instructions of what information we need to get started. This quick questionnaire covers all the basics and allows us to quickly craft a beautiful and personalized memorial.

2. Make Your Edits

We will use this information to put up an online memorial website. The website is a great way to preview and make edits to the memorial before the final hardcover book is printed. Invite family and friends to submit stories, pictures, and videos to be placed on the site. Nothing will be placed on the site without express consent of you, the memorial owner (purchaser).

This is an interactive process that allows for many changes and edits. Once the memorial is complete to your satisfaction, we move on to step three.

3. Get the Book

We take all the information from the website and use it to create a beautiful and durable hardcover memorial book that can be handed down for generations.

About Our Memorials

We hold sacred the task of recording and preserving the memories of those who have gone before us. That is why our memorials are built to last. Our job is to make sure that we, and the ones we love, will always be remembered.

First we build an online memorial which provides a preview of what the book will contain. Family and friends are then encouraged to submit stories, pictures, and videos to the memorial. All edits and additions must be approved by the one who purchased the memorial (or the one whom they assign that responsibility).

Once all the finishing touches are made to the online memorial, and we receive the go-ahead from you, we convert the online memorial into a high quality hardcover book which can be handed down through the family for generations.

Recent Memorials

Joe Condo

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Aaron Cohen

Aaron was born on May 14, 1979 to JoAnn Immormino (Jody...

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Leon Dube

Leon F. Dube, age 82, of Corpus Christi, Texas, passed...

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“There is no death, daughter. People die only when we forget them,’ my mother explained shortly before she left me.

‘If you can remember me, I will be with you always.”

– Isabel Allende, Eva Luna