Heritage Life Story Funeral Homes

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Heritage Life Story Funeral Homes
Heritage Life Story Funeral Homes is listed in the Funeral Homes & Directors category in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Displayed below is the only current social network for Heritage Life Story Funeral Homes which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Heritage Life Story Funeral Homes on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 74.

Contact information for Heritage Life Story Funeral Homes is:
2120 Lake Michigan Dr NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
(616) 453-8263

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Heritage Life Story Funeral Homes has an overall ZapScore of 74. This means that Heritage Life Story Funeral Homes has a higher ZapScore than 74% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Grand Rapids, Michigan is 42 and in the Funeral Homes & Directors category is 40. Learn more about ZapScore.

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"This year I did not do Art Prize. I did a tombstone instead." Years spent traversing winding country roads. A hunting trip to Saskatchewan that turned into a hunt for the perfect piece of natural stone. 53 1/2 years of marriage. An ArtPrize artist who wasn’t this year, because he was working on a piece which held more importance and significance than any Art Prize masterpiece he’d attended to.
"This year I did not do Art Prize. I did a tombstone instead. It was good that I was doing something with my hands that was for Marie. I was making something and it was coming out. I never got discouraged -- sometimes I get discouraged with work that I am doing. But not this time. It

With a funeral, there is a specific time and place for people to mourn. On Facebook, anyone at any time can engage in this process. http://bit.ly/2wHwgNp
Should it be easier to pass away gently on social media? Three people who have suffered loss share their stories.

"I can really get out of myself when I paint. It’s almost like when I paint I’m not thinking about the painting; I’m thinking about other things. Working on this painting helped me to almost not think about mom’s death -- or maybe it was to think about it in a different way," noted Wendy Cross, a first-time ArtPrize artist, whose painting includes some ordinary clouds with an extraordinary story.
“When someone’s that old you expect that death is coming someday, and you kind of dread it. It’s always there in the back of your mind. I was always trying to prepare myself that it would happen. It wasn’t tragic. But it was just such a shock,” explains Wendy. “A loss is a loss. You exp

ArtPrize artist Lisa Nawrocki's entry is much more than just a beautiful work of art. Expressing her grief through this work of tribute has been part of her journey of grieving and mourning the loss of her mom. This is a story worth reading, and sharing, before heading out to see Art Prize 9.
In years past, Lisa would include pictures and links on Facebook to her Art Prize entries and talk excitedly with students and family and friends about it. But this year, she didn’t take pictures of it or make cards and when people asked what she was working on for Art Prize, all she said wa