Photos/Video: A Sweet Homegoing For Sis Margie Brown Sunday December 14, 2014

The DCN can provide memories of your love one on DVD and CD that can be passed on from generation to generation by capturing the homegoing on video and photo. Many times people do not come back home to a family reunion but the majority of the time people will come back for a homegoing. On the day of the homegoing the family don’t see everybody that come to support them while the services are going on so when they go back and look at the video and the photos, it makes them happy to see all whom came out. But the main thing is this is an historical moment that should be preserved so that those who are too young to remember this day and future generations can see their family history. If you would like to capture the homegoing of a love one please contact me. You will be glad that you did. I have had several folks to ask me did I video some of their family members homegoing and I had to tell them that I don’t just video homegoings without the family’s permission. I have even had a funeral home director ask me did I record his dad’s homegoing and one lady told me that anytime one of her family members pass to please come and video. You don’t have to wait until a family member pass, please contact me so we can talk about the service that I can provide to help you continue the legacy of your family to see if this is something that you may be interested in and I will contact you during the time of family member passing. Because of preparation for the homegoing meeting with the funeral director and etc. you may forget to contact me to video so I would remind you.

Click on photo to view more photos no open casket photos.
Elder Brown singing during his wife’s homegoing!

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Click on photo to watch video. Video edited no open casket footage.
Elder Kenneth Lucas put it down!

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