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Memoirs From Heaven Bereavement Website Launched

July 05, 2012  | 

Memoirs from Heaven has launched a website with the same name that allows online posting of first person-authored posthumous bereavement letters and cards.

MemoirsFromHeaven.com allows customers to "profess their deepest heartfelt thoughts, unending love and affection post mortem," according to the company.

Memoirs from Heaven set up the site to address the large and growing need for posthumous communication services, according to the company. The company's goal is to create the first and only web-based bereavement letter, pre-conceived and highly customized in the principal's first person words. Offering options are in a single letter or series of letters over time.

Memoirs from Heaven will focus its marketing efforts to members of the U.S. military, first responders (fire or paramedic), and law enforcement.

Initially, Memoirs from Heaven's posthumous services will be limited to written letters and cards, but in the future, the Website will be enabled to receive and deliver dog tags, gifts, and digital media.


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