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http://www.themetropreneur.com/columbus/lifebio-helps-everyday-people-capture-life-stories/ LifeBio helps everyday people capture their life stories Business Profiles — By Melanie McIntyre on March 23, 2012 at 8:00 am In 1993, it hit Beth Sanders that her grandmother wouldn’t be around forever. Plus, the 85-year-old’s memory wasn’t what it used to be, so Sanders, who was 24 at the time, thought it would be nice to get some of her stories recorded while she could still recall them. Despite growing up across the street, it turns out Sanders didn’t know her grandmother well. It wasn’t until she began asking detailed questions about her past that she began…
http://www.mcknights.com/we-all-have-stories/article/221843/ By Mary Gustafson I recently stumbled on one of the most captivating obituaries I've ever read. It chronicled the life of a woman named Lana Peters, who died in a Wisconsin nursing home. The reason her death made The New York Times shortly after Thanksgiving? She was the last surviving child of Josef Stalin. Peters changed her last name from Stalina to her mother's last name, Alliluyeva, after her father died in 1953. After leaving Russia in the late 1960s — when the KGB was alleged to have had orders to assassinate her — Peters bounced around India, Europe…
http://www.themetropreneur.com/columbus/lifebio-helps-everyday-people-capture-life-stories/ LifeBio helps everyday people capture their life stories Business Profiles — By Melanie McIntyre on March 23, 2012 at 8:00 am In 1993, it hit Beth Sanders that her grandmother wouldn’t be around forever. Plus, the 85-year-old’s memory wasn’t what it used to be, so Sanders, who was 24 at the time, thought it would be nice to get some of her stories recorded while she could still recall them. Despite growing up across the street, it turns out Sanders didn’t know her grandmother well. It wasn’t until she began asking detailed questions about her past that she began…