While many memories are of special occasions (births, baptisms, weddings, special birthdays and other family events); Many are stories of family situations and relatives, family reunions and vacations you and your family have taken.
Not every story is a life changing event but many are... like surviving the great Depression and the dust bowl during the 1930's, and serving in World War I or World War II, the Viet Nam conflict, the Persian Gulf wars in Kuwait and Iraq or current conflict in Afghanistan.
Many stories may relate to what a person was doing during national events like the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the Apollo moon landing, the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks, Hurricane Katrina and others to numerous to mention.
Memories also are the day-to-day things that happen to a person during their life. Sometimes these memories are funny and sometimes they are serious but all are part of a person's life.
Most of the time when a person dies, their memories die with them. How many fascinating untold stories are buried in cemeteries.
The goal of Sandcreek Media is to help families capture these stories and preserve them for future generations so the stories do not die in silence in a cemetery.
We can provide consulting and help you create a living family biography that you and your future generations will want to watch to discover their legacy.
Call Sandcreek Media today to find out how you can capture your stories now and preserve them for future generations at 208-661-0238 to arrange a no-cost consultation today or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.