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Published: May 14, 2020

Human beings form deep connections over their lifetime. These connections fade with death, but you can still hold on to some parts by memorializing your loved one. Human beings have come up with new ways to remember their deceased family members. At The Jerry Spears Company, we encourage you to consider the options mentioned below:1. Plant a Tree

The global climate crisis has encouraged people to look for more eco-friendly ways to remember their departed loved ones. What better way to memorialize a loved one than by planting a tree that will continue to grow beyond your lifetime? The tree can become a physical representation of the deceased individual, which can help with the grieving process as well.2. Keep Social Media Alive

You can turn a deceased individual’s social media pages or accounts into memorial pages. This can help spread the news and allow online friends to express their grief. All platforms provide detailed instructions on how you can keep profiles alive or turn them into memorial pages.3. Donate

Donating is a great way to memorialize an individual and do some good in their name. For example, you can contribute to a charitable organization, set up a park bench for the elderly, distribute food to the homeless individuals, and carry out other such tasks. Most organizations provide some sort of memorial proof or documentation to indicate the donation is made in the name of a deceased individual.4. Create a Trinket

A memory box, some jewelry, or even a statue can serve as a good memorial. You can use the deceased individual's hair or ashes in the trinket to add a special meaning to i.
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