Write Their Story

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  • Tell a story about who you lost.

    The story can be big like a significant life event. Or, small: a game, a shared joke, recipe, a song, a treasured time & place, a long-ago memory that has stayed with you and always will. Remember the details that matter.
  • Just a few words will do. Examples: "Eastview, My Grandmother's Porch, 1970" or "His Guitar" or "Bishop David Graduation."

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