“The Star Tribune gathered advice from a number of experts on things to consider when hosting a virtual memorial service.
Think twice before putting it off: Anne Murphy, a celebrant who performs memorial services, said many people calling her want to host an event at a later date when daily life is less overwhelming.
‘Things are in such upheaval. And then they’re also dealing with a loss. So the gravity of the grief is that much more,’ Murphy said. ‘So I cannot [overstate] the importance of people doing something, regardless if it’s just a phone call with a group of people.'” By Eric Roper Star Tribune
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