tyhoughtstoby Richard W. LewisFuneral DirectorRECORDED HISTORYOne of the most valuable lessons thataperson can learn involves sitting downwith a parent, grandparent, or otherrelative and discussing personal history.Not only do such conversations helpto identify leaves and branches on thefamily tree, they also serve to flesh outof family members whomight otherwise be lost to us. Whilethe best conversations of this typeare informal, thelps greatly to recordthem on camera. Doing so preservesremembrances and anecdotes that mightnot be uttered or remembered again thesame way Far from benefiting onlythelisteners, recording family history alsoprofits the tellers, who have a chance toreveal themselves in a new light.listening to the stories of ourelderscan be very interesting, as well asentertaining. We have all heard thestories of them walking 10 miles toschool, uphilboth ways, in 5 feet ofsnow. Perhaps you have a relative whowas in the 'Great Escape' of WWII, orwho was on the beach at Normandy, whoparticipated in the 1969 space program.magine the stories you could be missingThink of all the changes the worldhas gone through since the early900's imagine the things our great-grandparents, our grandparents, evenour parents have seen! the inventionsof the automobile, airplanes, radiotelevision and computers. These are althings that we take for granted today andwould never want to live without, 0urelders contain a wealth of informationthat is ours for the taking. Allthat isrequired is aittle time on our part and awillingness to listen.Each person has many interests in lifethat can add to the personal touches of afuneral or memorial service. When youinclude personal touchestoaor service, those in attendance willhave the opportunity celebrate theiruniqueness. Martin Mortuary, yourlocal Dignity Memorial& provider, iscommitted to helping you create a specialand fitting tribute to your loved one thathonor a life well-lived. We encourageyou to share your ideas, stories, customsand wishes with US Please allow oneof our staff members the opportunityto answer any questions you may have.Please feel free to visit our home at550contact us at 970 243-1538 to makean appointment, or visit our website:MartinMortuary.com.Whether you desire cremation or bunalMartin Mortuarynow provides thesecurity of insurance funded funeral

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tyhoughts to by Richard W. Lewis Funeral Director RECORDED HISTORY One of the most valuable lessons thata person can learn involves sitting down with a parent, grandparent, or other relative and discussing personal history. Not only do such conversations help to identify leaves and branches on the family tree, they also serve to flesh out of family members who might otherwise be lost to us. While the best conversations of this type are informal, thelps greatly to record them on camera. Doing so preserves remembrances and anecdotes that might not be uttered or remembered again the same way Far from benefiting onlythe listeners, recording family history also profits the tellers, who have a chance to reveal themselves in a new light. listening to the stories of ourelders can be very interesting, as well as entertaining. We have all heard the stories of them walking 10 miles to school, uphilboth ways, in 5 feet of snow. Perhaps you have a relative who was in the 'Great Escape' of WWII, or who was on the beach at Normandy, who participated in the 1969 space program. magine the stories you could be missing Think of all the changes the world has gone through since the early 900's imagine the things our great- grandparents, our grandparents, even our parents have seen! the inventions of the automobile, airplanes, radio television and computers. These are al things that we take for granted today and would never want to live without, 0ur elders contain a wealth of information that is ours for the taking. Allthat is required is aittle time on our part and a willingness to listen. Each person has many interests in life that can add to the personal touches of a funeral or memorial service. When you include personal touchestoa or service, those in attendance will have the opportunity celebrate their uniqueness. Martin Mortuary, your local Dignity Memorial& provider, is committed to helping you create a special and fitting tribute to your loved one that honor a life well-lived. We encourage you to share your ideas, stories, customs and wishes with US Please allow one of our staff members the opportunity to answer any questions you may have. Please feel free to visit our home at550 contact us at 970 243-1538 to make an appointment, or visit our website: MartinMortuary.com. Whether you desire cremation or bunal Martin Mortuary now provides the security of insurance funded funeral

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