Memorialization

  1. God of War Home Funeral and Cremation Scene

    God of War Home Funeral and Cremation Scene
    God of War is a new game that has become one of the most popular games of 2018. The graphics are amazing, enlightening players world-wide. In the beginning of the game the scene is set with  the loss of a mother and wife. The father and son are out gathering wood for the cremation ceremony. When they return to their home...
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  2. Olympians We Have Lost Since the London Games

    Olympians We Have Lost Since the London Games
    It’s been reported that 18 athletes who competed in the 2012 London Olympics have died since the summer Games. Is there a “curse” linked to this? French media seems to think so. The first mention of this “curse” was in the fall of 2015, when Belarusian sprinter Yuliya Balykina was found dead, wrapped in plastic, in a forest near...
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  3. How 3D Printing Can Transform the Funeral Industry

    How 3D Printing Can Transform the Funeral Industry
    3D printing is powerful technology that has the possibility of changing the funeral industry as we know it. The original process of 3D printing, called stereolithography, was invented by Charles Hull in the 1980s. Its first applications, which started out as much more expensive than today’s, were mostly in engineering and manufacturing. Today, there is talk about the first...
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  4. The Pokemon Go Phenomenon

    I’m sure by now you have heard of this recent phenomenon app Pokemon Go. While you may not have a clue what it is about, like myself, it is impossible to avoid hearing about. Let’s dive a little bit into what it’s all about and how it can be used for funerals. Turn your funeral into a game. Pokemon...
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  5. Facebook Remembrance

    Facebook Remembrance
    Before February 2015 Facebook only memorialized accounts and did not allow anyone to make changes. But now the social media website is doing more. They have realized there was more they could do. Life is about relationships and it is important to preserve these relationships and memories. Families can now use pictures and memories posted on deceased loved ones’ Facebook...
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  6. Ashes in Outer Space

    Ashes in Outer Space
    Have you thought about how you want to be memorialized? Do you want to be buried in a cemetery? Cremated and kept in an urn on your children’s mantle? Have you considered a space burial? There are many options when it comes to what to do with your remains. Some are traditional, while some are…well, unique. Some want to be...
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  7. Call Jack - A Eulogy

    All of us have a story.  Each of our lives would make a book;  for our emotions, our drives, our achievements are all unique and singular. Bits and pieces of Jacks story can be found in his writings about the Dillinger gang, the Hamm kidnapping, the great and bloody Minnesota truck strike, his 19 year effort to clear Leonard Hankins...
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  8. How Furious 7 Is A Memorial To Paul Walker

    How Furious 7 Is A Memorial To Paul Walker
    The deaths of celebrities often attract a lot of media hype and attention. It is therefore no surprise that when star actor, Paul Walker died in a tragic car crash and had an untimely demise in November, 2013; people all over the world were shocked as they mourned for the golden boy of Hollywood. As the seventh part of...
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  9. Dublin Gangster Is Buried With $200,000

    ‘Fat’ Andy Connors was laid to rest in a golden casket and Rolex watch valued at over $200,000. He was murdered in a ‘gangland hit’ in front of his wife and daughter on August 20th, 2014. Hundreds of mourners attended Conners’ funeral, which passed without incident. He is buried at St Michael’s Cemetery in Gorey, Co Wexford in Dublin, Ireland...
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