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Remember everything in life passes

Remember everything in life passes

Funerals are never easy occasions to attend or to organise but during these very difficult Covid times, they have become even harder to accept. In Loving Memory were asked to design and produce a bespoke, beautiful Order of Service Funeral Booklet that could be used...

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A Lifetime of Love in Pictures

A Lifetime of Love in Pictures

It’s not easy when we lose someone special and, at this time of grief, In Loving Memory provide a unique service, advising and creating beautiful Order of Service Funeral Booklets and other bespoke mementos that are both personal and a fitting tribute to our loved...

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Remembering Mark & Jean’s Eulogy – forever

Remembering Mark & Jean’s Eulogy – forever

It’s not easy when we lose someone special and, at this time of grief, In Loving Memory provide a unique service, advising and creating beautiful Order of Service Funeral Booklets and other bespoke mementos that are both personal and a fitting tribute to our loved...

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Everyone has a story to share

Everyone has a story to share

“Rummaging through a drawer in my mother’s bureau I unearth a stash of papers, brittle with age. Tentatively, I sift through them, wondering what memories I will exhume, what secrets will unfold.” autodotbiography® was created by Bryher Scudamore who came up with the...

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‘Grow the Love’ in memory of Mark & Jean

‘Grow the Love’ in memory of Mark & Jean

It’s not easy when we lose someone special and, at this time of grief, In Loving Memory provide a unique service, advising and creating beautiful Order of Service Funeral Booklets and other bespoke mementos that are both personal and a fitting tribute to our loved...

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An Emotional Prayer Card for Mark & Jean

An Emotional Prayer Card for Mark & Jean

It’s not easy when we lose someone special and, at this time of grief, making arrangements can be difficult. In Loving Memory provide a unique service, advising and creating a beautiful Order of Service Funeral Booklet and other special mementos that are both personal...

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Over 60 years of marriage and never apart

Over 60 years of marriage and never apart

Mark and Jean were married for nearly 61 years and in that time they were never apart. Even when they passed away, they couldn't live without each other and died just two days between each other. The family's decision to have a dual funeral created some difficult...

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A Lifetime of Love Dual Funeral Invite

A Lifetime of Love Dual Funeral Invite

Mark and Jean were married for nearly 61 years and when they passed away just two days between each other, this was truly ‘A Lifetime of Love’. Mark and Jean were never parted and they enjoyed a full and rich life that included their three children and ten...

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The ones that love us never really leave us

The ones that love us never really leave us

Brian was a larger than life, fun loving, family man who loved cycling, cars, travelling, charity work and Harry Potter. Incorporating images of his interests such as cars, travel, Harry Potter quotes, cycling and his favourite Leukaemia charity, all helped to...

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Swing Low Sweet Chariot, Coming for to carry me home

Swing Low Sweet Chariot, Coming for to carry me home

Ann was a devout catholic and her family played a huge part in her life. She loved the England Rugby team, knitting, jigsaws, art and of course the church. In Loving Memory were given photographs which really showed a joy and love of her family and particularly her...

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Music was my first love and it will be my last

Music was my first love and it will be my last

Bernadette was a keen music lover who also loved her family life, her work and lots of skiing holidays. In Loving Memory wanted to incorporate Bernadette’s love of music throughout the Order of Service Funeral booklet. She passed away while playing the piano and it...

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May she rest in peace and rise in glory

May she rest in peace and rise in glory

Denise was a real family person and a friend to everyone. In Loving Memory wanted to portray this very special quality and chose to use a handwritten font as one element to display a personal approach. Pictures speak louder than words, and the photographs supplied by...

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Come on you Spurs!

Come on you Spurs!

Derek was a massive Tottenham Hotspur fan, a huge Elvis Presley fan, a loving family man and a keen gardener. In Loving Memory took the essence of these elements to produce an Order of Service Funeral Booklet that summed up what Derek was all about. Supplied with a...

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The Great Gig in the Sky Tribute Concert Programme

The Great Gig in the Sky Tribute Concert Programme

The final event celebrating the life of Jeremy was a special tribute concert organised by his brothers and featuring some of his closest friends. Aptly named The Great Gig in the Sky, the event was attended by family, friends and musicians all there to...

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Posters advertising Jeremy’s Funeral Events

Posters advertising Jeremy’s Funeral Events

Jeremy’s brothers wanted to send their dear brother off in style and organised a woodland burial, a gathering of family and friends, a tribute gig and an Epitaph – a service of thanksgiving and celebration. Jeremy was a unique individual and his brothers...

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Thinking ahead about your Funeral and your life

Thinking ahead about your Funeral and your life

The other day there was a knock at the door, I answered it to see a little old lady asking to speak to In Loving Memory about a Funeral Order of Service Booklet. I welcomed her in, made a cup of tea and sat down to have a chat. I presumed she wanted one...

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Christmas was Pat’s favourite time of the year

Christmas was Pat’s favourite time of the year

Pat’s daughter approached In Loving Memory after we had produced a Funeral Order of Service Booklet for her father just a year previously. She was adamant that the theme of the booklet would be Christmas as this was Pats favourite time of the year. At...

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