About Eternal Bridges

What is an eternal bridge? It can be anything from a recipe from your Great-Grandmother, a story about your Dad, or something that happened to you in Kindergarten.

Our lives are made up of memories and when those who we love are gone, the stories are lost forever. You may be the only link that your children and grandchildren have to your parents and grandparents.

My Dad served in the Navy in World War II. I used to listen to the stories he told about the war but strange places like Iwo Jima and Okinawa didn’t mean anything to me. After he died at a fairly young age I realized what we had lost. I could recreate his career in the Navy but the experiences he had treasured so much were gone.

There are so many fun and creative ways to keep your stories alive for future generations. Use the form below to contact me for more information.

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Weber County’s Greatest Generation

Did you know that over 6000 men and women from Weber County served in World War II. I spent the last 18 months researching their names and addresses.  Their stories are incredible!  You can see some of them on the Facebook Page, Weber County’s Greatest Generation.

On May 8, 2015, the 70th Anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, many communities set out flags to honor their veterans.  There were hundreds of flags all over Weber County.

See the story at:

http://www.standard.net/Local/2015/05/08/VE-day-flags.html

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