Obit-Books

“That’s what life is all about: remembering someone and smiling.”

– Minnie Pearl

Obit-Book Templates

We have Obit-Books templates ready to incorporate an obituary plus a selection of photographs, creating an accessible and meaningful way to honour a loved one. The obit-book templates can easily incorporate a funeral/celebration of life program on the back cover.

Custom
Obit-Books

Every human being is unique, and for many people a template is not what reflects who they are. We can create a custom designed obit-book that incorporates an individual’s personality and style. Obit-books help people commemorate their loved one’s life with a memorable, affordable and unique keepsake.

“This is a treasure that family and friends will enjoy for years as we remember the life of a man who inspired so many. Thank you for the passion, kindness and loving support that you demonstrated throughout our painful journey. It will always be appreciated.”

– Allan Lamb

Check out our Visual Blog…

We love sharing stories and our Visual Blog is full of tips about how to collect those precious life memories.

How did you meet your true love

How did you meet your true love

Collecting memories over the years I have found the question "how did you meet your true love" always evokes precious stories. I've also noticed that when we meet a couple we admire, a favourite question is ‘how did you two meet’? Why not take that question home and...

A picture is worth a thousand words

A picture is worth a thousand words

This sketch is a classic example of a picture worth a thousand words. In 1974 a UN base was established in the Golan Heights, a dynamic part of the Middle East. When working on a life story recently I heard that in order to get a beer at the canteen you had to check...

The most common sentence I hear

The most common sentence I hear

Do you ever wish you could go back and do something differently? Without fail, every week someone says to me, “My (mother, father, aunt, uncle, sister, brother, cousin...), was the one full of family stories but now they’re gone. I wish we had collected their...