Author Archives: Sue

About Sue

I have worked for Legacy as a part-time content screener since 2006. I studied journalism at Northwestern University, and I am a bit of a word nerd. I enjoy my job because it allows me to read a lot, and write a little also. I find it rewarding to be part of a company providing this service for people dealing with the loss of a loved one. I live in a Chicago suburb with my husband and two teenage sons. As a Boy Scout leader, I get to work with youth and spend a lot of quality time with my boys. I love to travel, and I’m always up for road trips to national and state parks. I like cooking, especially the food of my Greek heritage, and am always trying new recipes.

Places for remembering

I recently read a guest book entry from a bereaved mother in which she described buying decorations for her deceased son’s burial site this year instead of a holiday gift. Buying or making things to decorate a gravesite helps take … Continue reading

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October: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

It’s October, and pink is everywhere. The month that was once dominated by all things orange and pumpkin is now donning a new hue. The ubiquitous pink ribbon adorns clothes, food and all kinds of merchandise, often with the promise … Continue reading

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September 11: Meditating on a piece of steel

On September 11, I will remember the tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks as I have every year since that awful day: I will be in church, meditating on a piece of steel from the fallen World Trade Center, and praying … Continue reading

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