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The staff members of Fairmont Memorial Park will guide your family in creating a meaningful ceremony to honor the life and memory of a loved one. A ceremony can be anything you wish it to be: simple or elaborate, traditional or unique. No matter how it's tailored, such a ceremony is an important step in recovering from loss. It’s important to take the time to acknowledge the uniqueness of the deceased, the individuality of their personality, and the uniqueness of their life's path. Not just for them, but for you. It affirms the relationship and leads to healing after loss. Honoring their life is truly an act of love – for the both of you.

 

IN THE NEWS:

NEW YORK (AP) - Google has launched a tool that lets users decide what happens with their email, Google Plus and other accounts after they die — or become inactive online for any other reason.
 
Called "inactive account manager," the feature lets users of Google's services tell the company what to do with email messages and other data if their account becomes inactive. For example, Google says, users can choose to delete their data after three, six or 12 months of inactivity. Or they can choose specific people to receive the data.
 
Besides Gmail and Google Plus, other services covered include YouTube, the photo-sharing service Picasa and Blogger. Google Inc., based in Mountain View, Calif., says it will warn users through a secondary email address or a provided phone number before taking any action.