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There is more to us than life and death. There is the time when we "lived". |
Make the best of what time we are given, because you just never know when it will end.
This is one of the ways I chose to remember our lost loved ones.
I have seen many headstones that read "Gone but not forgotten" and I want to make sure that they are not forgotten.
As far as transferring memorials, per FAG, "Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren." In some cases, I will make exceptions. I do believe that it is best if a family member is taking care of a memorial rather then a perfect stranger.
If there is a correction or info that you would like added to a memorial, please send me the info. I would be more than happy to add it, please include the source of the info. With the exception of those edits that do not seem valid. For example, the woman who keeps sending edit request to add the first name of a person as "male", as that is NOT their first name, and until the first name has been discovered, it will remain as is.