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Article by Simon Davis, Vice Per the CDC, more than 2.5 million people die in America annually. By contrast, a mereone thousand will have the privilege of getting an obituary about them published in theNew York Times in any given year (note: that’s not the same as a paid death notice ). One of the people who’s had the opportunity to Continue Reading

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As technology continues to evolve, people desire to share and be more connected to the friends, foes and family alike no matter the life event. As married couples create trendy hashtags for their wedding festivities and college students launch various online platforms of awareness for societal issues, the latest social media movement on the block is Continue Reading

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  Human smell of deceased loved ones – or even living lovers – can be reproduced and bottled, according to Katia Apalategui. A French company has come up with a novel way to keep people close to their departed loved ones: bottling their unique scent as a perfume. Like many struggling to get over the Continue Reading

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When Michael McQueen’s father died suddenly from a heart attack in 2004, the author discovered the true significance of written memories. Heartbroken at losing his confidant, a then 22-year-old Michael was shattered at having never asked his father some of the most important questions in life. However while sorting out his beloved father’s belongings in Continue Reading

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Connecting Directors went to their facebook page and asked 6,600 funeral directors to fill in the blank of this sentence: “You know you’re a funeral director when ___________.” Here were some of their favorite responses: When you make plans and tell your friends “if no one dies I’ll be there”   You watch a tv show Continue Reading