Barbados Obituary Pages – New online source for interactive memorials and obituaries.
Barbadosobituarypages.com, an online resource for national obituary news, officially launched May 1st – forever changing the way people access obituaries and memorialize those who have been important to them. Through one centralized web destination, Barbadosobituarypages.com makes obituary and memorial service information easily and reliably searchable, while creating a safe place where families and communities can come together to share the treasured stories of those who have passed.
Barbadosobituarypages.com is strategically aligning itself with funeral homes across the country to provide national distribution for the obituaries they publish. Barbadosobituarypages.com will supply funeral homes with a wide range of personalized, online, multi-media memorial products they can offer to families to help them more effectively capture and immortalize the artifacts, stories and sentiments that are discovered and shared at the time of a death.
Internet visionary and Barbadosobituarypages.com founder Fabian McDowald plans to forever change the way we remember our loved ones and preserve the memories we have of them by using Color, photos, videos, songs and the internet to create a more meaningful and accurate account of a loved ones life.
“I first formulated the idea for Barbadosobituarypages.com after recognizing how popular the obituary section was in the weekend papers” said Mr. McDowald. “Around the same time, I found out that my mother was not only a regular reader of the obituary section in her Sunday newspaper, but that she also read the obituaries in the mid week paper on the off chance someone she knew had passed away. It made me recognize the need for an easier method of keeping track of those you care about and a more dynamic and personal way to honor and celebrate lives — thus was born Barbadosobituarypages.com.”
“In today’s mobile society, education, marriage and career shifts have caused people to be more geographically dispersed, making it more challenging to maintain relationships than it has been in the past,” notes Fabian McDowald, founder of Barbadosobituarypages.com. “The Internet has become the glue that keeps our social networks together in this distributed world. Combine that with the fact that adults 40+, the sweet spot of obituary readership, is becoming more technology savvy every day and it is clear that the $750M to $1B newspaper obituary market will migrate online just as all other print classifieds have done.”