Charles Cowling
Love of my heart, why must we part? I said a prayer on a heavenly start Give me this day shoulders of strength To carry the burden of time taken away I woke last night to a voice in the hall I heard you calling my name I rushed to
Charles Cowling
  “No one knows for sure when he pulled his first practical joke but in his 75th year of mirth and merriment Rod, the consummate clown, passed peacefully on March 30th at Royal City Manor in New Westminster.”   Read the whole obit here. 
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    John F Harvey, October 1890   “Of John F. Harvey who died of heart failure at the Massachusetts General Hospital, it can truly be said, his was a wasted life. His epitaph should be “unwept, un-honored and unsung.” He had a  roving disposition and longing for adventure, and
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  Blanchard, Michael “Flathead” 1944 ~ 2012 A Celebration of the life of Michael “Flathead” Blanchard will be held on April 14th, 3 pm 8160 Rosemary St, Commerce City. Weary of reading obituaries noting someone’s courageous battle with death, Mike wanted it known that he died as a result of
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Image from Tombstone Generator   Posted by Charles   Here’s an extract from an article in the New York Times describing the job of its obituary writers. It is likely to resonate with funeral celebrants.   Margalit Fox, a Times obituary writer for eight years, observed: “In obits, you are dealing
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Posted by Vale Have you ever thought about the rateable value of cemeteries and burial grounds? The Scottish Assessors Association have. They offer information about how sites and locations should be valued and have some fascinating guidance for cemeteries, churchyards, graveyards and necropolises. A guidance note advises that:   The