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From the Editor: Connect Savannah Launches Obituary Services

Dear readers,

Honoring the memory of a loved one is a time-honored tradition. Whether it is a family member, friend, or community member, we at Connect Savannah understand how important it is to commemorate those who have passed on.

That is why we are pleased to announce that our publication has begun offering obituary announcement services for the benefit of our readership and community. You can now memorialize your loved ones on our platform via one of three simple digital options.

At our free tier, you can announce in a permanent notice containing three lines of text. For $59, your death announcement with unlimited text also includes a guest book service and Facebook marketing. The best value is our $139 tier, which allows your permanent notice to include a photo, unlimited text, guest book service, and Facebook marketing. All purchases are flat-rate and easily completed on our online platform to make this a seamless process during a sensitive time.

Our portal additionally includes helpful guidelines for writing an obituary, enhancing its resourcefulness in our digital-first era in which Generations X and Y are making more end-of-life decisions. At any of our three tiers, we at Connect make it simple to share memories, offer condolences, and celebrate legacies.

To get started, visit the Connect Savannah Memorials & Obituaries page, select your option, and proceed through the step-by-step instructions. As always, know that Connect Savannah is here to assist you, from crafting heartfelt messages to creating a meaningful tribute that will keep cherished ones’ memories alive forever.

Thank you for allowing us to serve you during life’s most important moments. We look forward to assisting you in remembering your loved ones through our publication.

Warm regards,

Heike Currie
Executive Editor, Connect Savannah

     

Heike Currie

Connect Savannah Executive Editor
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