Welcome

Welcome to the Reflecting On Memories website.  This resource was developed for all things related to the transformational healing experiences of individuals touched by death.  You see experience has proven that people benefit and heal sooner when they can come together to celebrate a life, share experiences, memories and honor the memory of their loved one. 

While the service information and the obituary is easy to find and view, many of the  exciting features are not noticed upon the first glance.  Surprisingly, these can all be done with someone who has limited computer skills.  You can upload your favorite photos, videos or even your favorite audio files.  You can build your family tree and there is even a family map that shows you where all the family members on the family tree reside.


With a click of a button you can subscribe to receive new updates each time that someone writes on the tribute wall of your loved one, adds to the family tree or uploads new photos.   Now the funeral or memorial service can be recorded and placed on the webpage for viewing on demand or it can be webcast.  You or a family member can be the designated administrator of your loved one's memorial website. 

This is is a website for e-Bereavement help and interactive grief videos, 365 daily email affirmations that can help push away the clouds of grief.   You can even watch a custom cinematic video on your loved one's own personal webpage or link to their live funeral webcast where you can watch in real time right on their webpage.  We can link with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and over 300 social media websites with the click of a button.  There are many options that can make your loved one's memorial webpage or their movie public or private.  We invite you to explore the new Sympathy Store with hundreds of gifts, and send a special sympathy gift to let them know you are thinking of them.  If you need printed materials, we have that covered as well with themes for everyone.

Often times people will say that they do not wish for a funeral but we must remember that funerals are for the living and not for the dead.  We celebrate births and weddings, and send out announcements and publish the news in the newspaper, and yet when someone dies some people act as if that person never existed.

Many people choose to show a special tribute DVD during the service as well.  As you spend some time visiting this webpage, you will not only find practical tips on dealing with your own grief or the sorrow of friends or family members, but ideas to help make more meaningful ways to celebrate the life of a loved one and help you heal as you travel your bereavement journey.

We are pleased to offer this resource as an innovative way to honor those who remain forever in our hearts and heal the heartache of grief.  Know that each name that is penned on each tribute wall is signed in love and respect. 

  • Honoring Life

    Honoring Life

    It's important to take the time to acknowledge the uniqueness of the deceased: the individuality of their personality, and the uniqueness of their life's path. Not just for them, but for you; it affirms the relationship, and leads to healing after loss. Honoring their life is truly an act of love – for the both of you.

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  • Testimonials

    Testimonials

    The letters, phone calls and emails have told of the many transformational healing experiences from those who are mending the heartache of grief.  We would like to share what others are saying.

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  • Inspirational Stories

    Inspirational Stories

    Reflecting On Memories offers this space to the families we serve to share those real-life memorable stories that brought the needed inspiration in your life.  They could be stories of love, sacrifice, bonding.  We want to hear from you.  What has been a meaningful means of support during your journey of grief?  

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  • Veteran's Services

    Veteran's Services

    We believe those who served our nation are deserving of special attention, and we will take care of all details in securing the benefits your veteran is entitled to receive.

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