A modern approach to better memorialize your loved ones
Eternal Remembrance combines beautifully crafted mementos with a mobile app to create a permanent online memorial to a loved one that features shared stories, photos, videos, and GPS-marked locations.
It was designed so families can easily connect with others who remember their loved one, celebrate their favorite memories, and honor a special life…forever.
The Best Choice for Virtual Memorials
Although most funeral homes post obituaries on their websites and allow guests to add comments, these virtual tributes are very limited in scope and longevity. Facebook pages are also a popular way of creating digital memorials, but they can be difficult to find. Also, ill-intentioned people can easily disrupt and destroy what was meant to be a cherished legacy page.
Eternal Remembrance customers can choose from more than 30 beautiful web page themes. The data on these pages is stored securely and permanently on multiple servers, and those who would like to post a note or a memory can use a web browser or the Eternal Remembrance app to easily search for a loved one’s legacy page. The person creating a profile can specify privacy levels and invite others to participate.
A Treasured Keepsake
Along with the online memorial page that includes forever hosting, an Eternal Remembrance purchase includes your choice of a beautiful emblem. Each emblem is carefully crafted in the United States and bears a symbol chosen by the giver, such as a flag, bird, heart, or religious icon.
How Eternal Remembrance Works for You
Emblems and the App
Families can use the Eternal Remembrance app with or without accompanying emblems. Even if an emblem is not attached to a memorial, the GPS location of the headstone can be added to the app. Users who do not have an emblem can purchase a serial number to create a profile page.
The Eternal Remembrance app allows loved ones to upload written messages, photos and videos, creating a permanent online record of memories that otherwise might be lost. Users can even connect memories with GPS locations so others can find the street where someone lived, the school they attended, or even a favorite fishing hole.
A digital display can be coordinated for a funeral or memorial service, with comments scrolling live from those who could not attend.