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Afterlife Memory Creates Service to Help People Who Are Coping With Terminal Illness

Based in Birmingham, Afterlife Memory are now offering services that have never been obtainable in the UK before.

Aimed mainly towards helping terminally ill people, or people who are suffering from longtime health issues, the company records eulogies, personal messages, wills and plays them at funerals, churches or crematoriums. The company believes that everyone should have a positive outlook on the philosophy of life, no matter what they are going through.

“Leaving behind a heartfelt eulogy or a personal message for loved ones can really ease their burden and put a smile on their face, even in a time of grieving,” states a company spokesperson.

Company creator Tony embarked upon this endeavor after his ill-fated encounter with health issues in 2009. He suffered from a brain hemorrhage and even though he recovered, he started to wonder about what would have happened if he had left his family without a formal goodbye or a will. Thus, Tony created Afterlife Memory in order to help people leave behind something positive for their loved ones to treasure or to help people settle any disputes with a detailed video will.

Clients can contact the company and set an appointment for the video team to show up at a given address. The company staff then record any personal messages, wills or eulogies on DVD and present the DVDs in high-quality custom cases. Clients can also make advance preparations for the company to show up at a given venue (church, funeral home etc.) and play the recorded videos with the company’s own equipment. All preparations are made by the company so the family does not have to deal with any hassle during tough times.

For more information about Afterlife Memory please visit www.afterlifememory.com.

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