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The death of a loved one is a difficult time this site gives you help, tips, advice, and examples of how to keep their memory alive and how to celebrate their life and legacy

Coping with the death of a loved one, the grief, the bereavement is tough on the family, friends, and colleagues. Keep Their Memory Alive memorial and obituaries may provide an online legacy which can be of comfort in a time of unbearable pain. Show and share your love, celebrate their life.

The legacy that’s left behind defines how they are remembered.

As family or friends who loved them, it’s now your duty to create and fix that life story, show and sharing your love.To set up the memorial takes a matter of minutes but can last forever.

Show your love by creating a simple, permanent and free Keep Their Memory Alive memorial. Then share this celebration of their life with friends and family.

Family Members

On the death of a loved one, you can log in to a secure memorial area and create an update or amend a loved one’s life story. You can add stories, add images and share the memorial with friends and loved ones. All this is FREE. Find out more.


As a browser or visitor, you can view obituaries, images, and videos. You can search for loved one’s life story or family members memorial and share their memorial on social media. You are free to access as many times as you wish. All this is free. Find out more


Funeral Homes

As a Funeral Home or Funeral Director, you set up your own homepage with contact details, images, facilities, and logo. Your business can then offer an obituary memorial service to your customers and families. This is FREE to Funeral Homes. Find out more

The video below shows you how the simple free memorial app works. At their death celebrate a loved ones life and show and share the love you felt.


Explore some beautiful memorials set up on the death of a loved one. Creating a long-lasting and loving memorial show and share your love.

start to create and share their legacy

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