Monthly Archives: November 2011
Karl Slover died at 92. He was sold by his father to a traveling circus at the age of 9. Born in the Czech Republic, he lived a story book life to the end. A gentleman to the end, you … Continue reading
This is very interesting clip on holding down the high cost of a funeral. You can save money by buying your own coffin or passing on some of the preparation services that funeral homes may charges big bucks to provide. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o15rDQEJnkY&feature=related
While we all recognize this tune it is rarely heard at funerals. Can anyone tell me why? Is it that we are more hip or is it that we don’t like to be reminded about the finality of the celebration? … Continue reading
This is a touching and simple eulogy from a young man about a girl he only knew on the internet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4o694guplPU
Why is Veterans Day so special? There are few who survived those times still with us who have the memories and experiences to relate. The VA has a concise record of what was called Armistice Day which later became Veterans … Continue reading
Neloise Self Curtis deserves a fitting Tribute. http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/ladailynews/obituary.aspx?n=neloise-self-curtis&pid=154464726
Dean William Terlinden died October 31, 2011, deserves a fitting tribute.