JPost.com launches new Obituary-Memorial service

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November 8, 2007 13:20

 
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JPost.com is pleased to introduce a new Obituary-Memorial service. This new section was specifically created to allow a proper & respectful forum for remembering loved ones, while also giving an opportunity to friends and family around the globe to offer condolences and share their personal memories. Anyone can create a memorial page in memory of a loved one by following our simple instructions, as well as assistance from our editors, if needed. For additional information about this new service, click here.

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