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Mary’s Story

Patience was one of Daniel’s great qualities.  He was compassionate and caring – a man whose inner struggles never steered him away from working hard

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Cindy’s Story

Cindy has always been comfortable around death and supporting people when they are grieving.  She herself has personal experiences including the death of her parents.

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Kelly’s Story

On Thursday September 20, 2018, Isaiah was texting his mom Kelly about trying to find and open a new bank account that had no fees.

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Barbara’s Story

Empty space, empty place, empty time These are the words that echo in Barbara’s life after her 29-year-old son died of an accidental overdose in

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Kathy’s Story

Al and Kathy lived in the same area growing up and their parents knew each other so there was already a connection when they started

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Lori’s Story

Lori McDonald wears a necklace with a ring of diamonds. The design of the necklace is known as the Circle of Life and it symbolizes

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Ken’s Story

Flashbacks. Loneliness. Hard times around holidays, especially Christmas. These are the symptoms of grief that Ken Usher knows all too well. In less than two

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Jane’s Story

They say it takes a village to raise a child or build anything worthwhile. But who brings the villagers together? For that, you need a

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Cecily’s Story

Cecily Kowalik wants you to say her daughter’s name, out loud. Her name is Kyla. When you say Kyla’s name, you give permission for Cecily

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Breana’s Story

“It’s always been really important for me to give back,” Breana Walker says. “I feel like we live in an ‘I’ generation. I think it’s

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Bill’s Story

Recently during a busy time, moving from one residence to another, Bill unintentionally missed a Bereaved Families of Ontario – Midwestern Region (BFO-MR) event that

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