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Online Memorials from OwnLegacy.com Launched as a Facebook Application

Ownlegacy.com, the premier online estate planning and legacy messenger service provider, announces the launch of their new application based on Facebook, called OwnLegacy Memorials. It is a tool to create and share a tribute to departed loved ones.
 
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    SAN FRANCISCO, CA, October 21, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Ownlegacy.com, the premier online estate planning and legacy messenger service provider, announced today the launch of their new application based on Facebook, called OwnLegacy Memorials.

OwnLegacy Memorials is a tool to create a lasting tribute to a users' dearly departed. It is listed in the applications directory and can be accessed at http://apps.facebook.com/ownlegacy_memorials. The simple interface in creating an entry allow for pictures, videos or Youtube URLs to display on the page of the users' profile. Friends and family can post a "Last Farewell", light a candle, send a virtual flower, and offer sympathies or a prayer. Currently given a 5-star review as of press time, OwnLegacy Memorials is proving to be a useful tool for those on Facebook who wants to share memories of their loved ones.

"Millions of people, across the globe, now have the ability to create and share a meaningful tribute for their departed loved ones and allow friends and family to join" said Ownlegacy.com founder, Erwin Ilao. "We welcome this new tool as a compliment to our existing range of free services to create and communicate a person's own legacy" said Ilao.

With the coming "All Souls' Day" commemoration, Facebook members around the world can opt to physically visit a cemetery or just create an online memorial.

"For some people, distance and location make it impossible to visit a loved one's memorial" said Ilao. "Now they can, wherever they are. And it's really the thought that counts."

About OwnLegacy.com

Ownlegacy.com pioneers a new segment in the online industry, aptly called "legacy publishing". Their free notification service offer tools where users can create a free journal to send messeges to loved ones well into the future, after they are gone. An Advanced Health Directive can also be filled out and printed so that a user's physician and family member may attest to a person's medical decision prior to any unforeseen emergencies. Ownlegacy.com also hosts a free Weblogs' page where members share their stories, values and life lessons with the community. Another unique feature of the website is a tool to create "Last Farewell", a message to be read at the user's memorial. Ownlegacy.com is managed and operated by MyLegacy LLC, a San Francisco-based internet start-up. Erwin Ilao is the President and Founder.

Ownlegacy.com is an online estate planning and legacy messenger service provider. For information, visit us at www.ownlegacy.com or call: 650-580-5111.



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