Preserving Your Legacy: Where Were You When?

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Recently, a high school classmate of mine posted on Facebook that her great-great grandfather had been a passenger on the Titanic.  She had heard stories about him, but didn’t have much information, until a book was published in 2000 about the Irish passengers Learn More

You’ve Got To Have Friends

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It’s springtime and everything is growing a new. What better time to reflect on the past and start preserving your legacy. Legacies do not belong just to the rich and famous, the politicians and movers and shakers, or the CEOs and captains of Learn More

Your Legacy Matters

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“We all grow up with the weight of history on us. Our ancestors dwell in the attics of our brains as they do in the spiraling chains of knowledge hidden in every cell of our bodies.” Shirley Abbott, US Ambassador.   2016 was Learn More

Death With Dignity

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The right to die with dignity is one of the more polarizing issues facing us.  From Dr. Kevorkian (the “death doctor”) to Obama Care (the “death panels”), we have seen every argument for and against the right to end our own lives. But Learn More

Don’t Delay Discussing Death

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Having the conversation about death is never easy.  Many of us don’t want to think about dying, never mind talk about it.  We might be afraid of what comes after death, or feel like we are invincible.  Or, as my grandmother used to Learn More

Not Paid – The Perils of Not Sharing Information With Your Family

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Imagine that you have paid thousands of dollars to an insurance company for many years to ensure that your family is cared for after you have passed away, but you neglect to do one thing — tell your family about it or where Learn More