Charles Cowling
  Surprisingly, perhaps, this is not more popular at funerals. Simple and catchy.    A son rarely tells his Father How he really feels, A handshake or a pat on the back 
is all that he reveals, I’d like to right that wrong, Here in this little song. Thank you
Charles Cowling
Charles Cowling
  ED’S NOTE – Right back when A Giving Tribute was nobbut a concept, we loved the idea. Since those early days its creator, Liz Mowatt, has developed, trimmed and simplified her offer. She has persevered with the sort of grit and tenacity you’ve got to take your hat off
Charles Cowling
  Professor Walther Thiel, an Austrian, developed an embalming process for medical cadavers. His process requires much less formaldehyde than conventional embalming fluids and, also, produces a much more ‘lifelike’ body with none of the hardness and stiffness associated with conventional embalming. Medical people are very keen on it —
Charles Cowling
  “You get nearer to the shore and you can actually, for the first time, not just make out this dim, insubstantial cliff, but you can see the little houses and cars moving.” Jonathan Miller