Remembering a Life

Remembering a Life

Share the stories that matter most to you and your loved ones with the Remembering a Life program. Remembering a Life provides educational tools to help families understand the value of a funeral, plan a meaningful service and begin the grief journey following the death of a loved one. It also was designed to help families share meaningful memories and stories with each other. By framing the discussion around a person’s life story and experiences, we get the opportunity to connect on a deeper level with them. Please reach out to us if you'd like more information. We can be reached at (773) 767.2166 in Chicago or (708) 839.8999 in Willow Springs or you can email us.


Asking questions such as “What was it like when you graduated from high school? What did your wedding ceremony look like? Who were your best childhood friends growing up? How did you spend your summers when school was out?” are creative questions that help start these important conversations.

Our funeral home is proud to be a member of the National Funeral Directors Association and be able to bring the Remembering a Life program to our families. These resources help family members thoughtfully share stories, remember what is important to loved ones, and plan a meaningful, personalized memorial in a sensitive and encouraging manner.

Below are some links to free resources that you can download and use to start having meaningful conversations with those you love:




Remembering a Life, is a consumer education initiative created by the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA).

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