Memorial Day Remembrance

Memorial Day Remembrance

Memorial Day Remembrance Memorial Day is a day for all of us to remember and honor the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. At Honor Life we appreciate the sacrifice made by so many. We know that freedom isn’t free. SHARE YOUR...
Paula “Nana” Lomas

Paula “Nana” Lomas

“Family” can be such a broad term we use to describe relatives, friends, and loved ones. For me, my Nana was the one who taught me what the word ‘family’ really means: a person who is always there, always loving, and always putting you ahead of...
Amber’s Story

Amber’s Story

One Friday night in September, 2016, I read the email below. It moved me with compassion to help this family. I’m not writing this to make me or my company sound good or that we did anything great. You see the Bible says if you have it in your power to do good and...
Honoring a Life Well Lived – Aloysius Geis

Honoring a Life Well Lived – Aloysius Geis

My Uncle Al is a hero. He was a flight engineer in the United States Army Air Forces and part of a flight crew of fourteen.  On September 4, 1945, just two days after the surrender of Imperial Japan, he lost his life, serving our great country.   Al volunteered to...
No Heart More Filled With Love – Mildred Helen Brodnax Kinnaird

No Heart More Filled With Love – Mildred Helen Brodnax Kinnaird

My Granny was probably the kindest, most open-hearted person I’ve ever met in my life. She had such warmth and generosity of spirit that it just spilled over into the people around her, making their lives better and happier for knowing her. With her birthday and...

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