Your legacy is defined by a series of remarkable moments. Emotional decisions. Cherished relationships. Heartfelt gestures. But your legacy is kept alive through the family stories your loved ones will share when you’re gone.
Family stories define us. They express our values and reinforce our beliefs. Family stories reunite us with loved ones we have lost and they’ll connect us to future generations we’ll never meet. Don’t wait for “someday” to write down and preserve your family stories. Start today. Start creating the stories that will become your family’s legacy.
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The Circa Legacy team makes it easy and fun to record and preserve priceless family stories. Whether you’re capturing your own memories, writing a loved one’s obituary, or interviewing a remarkable person in your life – we give you step-by-step guidance to help you start and finish your family story projects.
Find helpful tips for interviewing loved ones, download free question lists, review options for organizing your stories and check out our favorite tools!
Shop Story Kits
Choose a beautifully designed story kit with step-by-step instructions to joyfully record and preserve your favorite stories.
Write an Obituary
Writing a loved one’s obituary is an amazing gesture of love. Use our guide, see examples and find answers to your questions so you can write an obituary that captures your loved one’s life and legacy.
I DON’T KNOW
HOW TO START.
Not everyone is a writer. Or comfortable with interviewing people. Or has the time to take on a big project. We all have photos, stories, letters, or other cherished family memorabilia we want to preserve. But where do you start? Circa Legacy teams can organize, edit, design, and print beautifully-bound family legacy books for you and your loved ones.
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Want unique ideas for recording and preserving your family stories? Check out our blog!
I’m starting a new family history project about my great-grandparents, Helen and Loyd Wine of Panora, Iowa. Since they are both deceased, their life stories will be told by others, and by any first-person documents I can dig up. It’s exciting to start a new family history project. One, it’s a good excuse to email […]
Dwayne was an sweet and interesting father-in-law. The very first time I met him, he spray painted the side of my car. It was my first Sunday dinner with my now husband’s entire family. I was driving a cute, little, white Geo Metro convertible at the time. A tow truck had recently damaged the side […]