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MOTHER AND DAUGHTER DESIGNED A FREE SITE WHERE YOU CAN MEMORIALIZE YOUR LOVED ONES LOST TO COVID-19

Updated: Jan 19

ONCE CREATED, YOU CAN SHARE YOUR COVITUARY WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS... IT WILL BE AVAILABLE ONLINE FOREVER AND A PLACE WHERE YOU CAN RETURN WHEN YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT YOUR LOVED ONE...

Megan Miller Schoflick and her 17-year-old daughter, Samantha (Sam) from Denver, Colorado shown above... creators of COVITUARY.ORG..


During quarantine, mother and daughter, Megan and Sam (17), started a little project. Well, what they hope will turn into a big project. They were saddened by the fact that all the people dying from COVID-19 weren’t able to get proper memorials. It broke their hearts that these people were not able to be memorialized, that their families didn’t get the closure of a funeral, or could not adequately celebrate their loved one’s life. And so the idea of covituary.org, a website where anyone who was lost to COVID-19 can be remembered, was born. Family or friends who lost someone can create a FREE page to honor their loved ones. Each memorial page is an evolving space to post an obituary, write a tribute, include digital funeral services, share photos, link videos and allow visitors to comment. Megan and Sam would like the site to reach far and wide (it translates to all languages) so that all who were lost can be commemorated. Even if an on-line obituary has already been posted they encourage people to post on covituary.org so their loved one will forever be honored in this collective memorial space with all those lost during the pandemic. Megan and Sam want to make sure that as the numbers of deaths grow the identities of those lost do not fade.


To create a free memorial to your loved ones that you can share with family and friends for free, click HERE...

MEDIA INQUIRIES: PLEASE CONTACT, CAROLYN ANDREWS- CAROLYN@TRUESTORIESOFCOVID19.COM 713-824-2388 WWW.TRUESTORIESOFCOVID19.COM


To share a True Story of COVID-19 with me or a Tribute Story to a lost loved one, email me at carolyn@truestoriesofcovid19.com

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