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Keepsakes for Families

Offering custom wood keepsakes for families from Sandy Hook Elementary School

After hearing about the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, I wanted to try and help comfort in some small way those whose lives have been totally changed by the senseless event that took place on Friday, December 15, 2012.

I am an artist and work with wood.  I have many custom keepsakes available on my website that I would like to offer as a token to any family member affected by
the horrible tragedy.  This may not be the time for anyone to consider when dealing with grief and the surrounding emotions so I am offering an unlimited time period.  My work is museum quality and not mass produced so hopefully the keepsakes will provide a memorial of peace and comfort.

My website and facebook page have all the contact information needed and I would hope that maybe anyone who reads this will share it with a family from this dreadful incident.

Luke Thornton

www.custom-wood-urns.com

www.facebook.com/customwoodurns

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Jaimie Cura December 18, 2012 at 03:46 AM
A note from the company, received via e-mail: "Hi Jaimie- Yes! The keepsakes will be free! No cost to the families of the victims. They may choose a keepsake that is available on our site…. Look at the Products page then click on Keepsakes…." Kate Higgins co-owner of Custom-Wood-Urns P. O. Box 7582, Brookings, OR 97415 541-661-3971- cell 888-813-1394- toll free

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