For the legacy they left...
An online tribute (or online memorial - the terms are interchangeable) allows you to create a beautiful everlasting tribute to family and friends who have passed away.
It only takes 2 minutes to create an online memorial to your loved one and friends and family who knew them can also add messages, photographs and memories of your loved one (with your permission).
Tributes are completely free to create and you may edit or delete your tribute at any time.
To create a tribute, all you need to know is the person's name, so why not create one now?
(1949 – 2015)
(Passed – 2015)
(1952 – 2006)
(1978 – 2015)
(Passed – 2016)
(1945 – 2010)
(1952 – 2014)
(1958 – 2015)
(1963 – 2016)
(1934 – 2015)
Unlike a conventional resting place, an online memorial is not subject to vandalism, weather erosion or other damage.
They are accessible by anyone with an internet connection from anywhere in the world.
They allow everyone who knew the person to access their memorial and share their thoughts and memories (with your permission) about what they meant to them.
It is very quick and easy to create an online memorial, all you need to create a tribute is the person's name.
It is always difficult to lose those we love but by creating an online tribute to them we can ensure that we remember and celebrate their life.
Online memorials are an enduring and touching way to celebrate the life of someone that meant so much to you.
They also offer the chance for well-wishers to write in the remembrance book, upload photographs, light candles and place gifts.
This will build to a comprehensive celebration of the person's life and give you, the tribute creator, a place to visit your loved one anytime day or night from anywhere in the world.
Having some quiet reflective time with your loved one will help you cherish memories of them and, if their passing is quite recent, it will also help you through the bereavement process.
Friends and family (with your permission) can contribute to your online obituary. Who do you know that deserves to be remembered?
Remember your loved one