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Commemorate Life’s Events

We build monuments to honor and remember important people, places, and events. This video shows how a couple chose to commemorate an important event in their lives.

A Time for Remembering

Enrich your holiday season by honoring the people that have shaped your life.

Grandpa’s Horses

Monument builders tell stories in stone. Stories are just vivid memories that can transport you in time to your youth. This film shows the fond memories of a young boy’s grandpa and their trail rides in the summer.

Mother’s Mountains

A scene on a monument can come to life in the thoughts and memories of loved ones. Here, we see how anything can trigger a memory, including an afternoon spent on the mountainside with your mom.

Fishing With Dad

Memorialization is about making memories permanent. This video portrays the story of a father, a son, and some tender moments that were recorded in stone for the generations to remember.


Memorialization is about capturing stories–funny, sad, or unique. In this video, we talk to a group of kids about some things that they’ll remember about their Grandpas. Their comments might help you think of memorialization from a different perspective.

Who’s Your Hero?

Lots of time and money is spent remembering the lives of prominent public figures. Ironically, those who have the biggest impact on our lives are often forgotten in just a generation or two. Here are people telling us about their heroes.


A look at the lighter side of life and remembering! We ask several kids to tell us about their Grandmas and get some delightful responses.

Memorial Art: Inception to End

“Memorial Art: Inception to End” expands the story that was begun in the first Remember Project video “the Art of Remembering.” This video documents the immense amount of work and talent that go into creating memorial art.

The Tree Swing

A somber stone in a lonely corner of a cemetery doesn’t always fit the life of a loved one. Let the life of a special person live on in the memories of your children and grandchildren by creating a memorial in a place where it can be seen and used daily.

Remembering at Home

Building a good family culture is about making the effort to build something special that’s always at the core of who we are. This family chose to make remembering a beautiful, functional, and regular part of their everyday lives.


From our first moments on earth, our mothers begin shaping our lives. When they pass on, why wouldn’t we choose to memorialize their lives in a place where our children and grandchildren can see our gratitude for their service?

Honoring Our Veterans

Even a very small recognition can mean the world to the men and women of our armed forces. Watch as 1,500 people participate in the unveiling of a memorial dedicated to the veterans of a small community.


Few people influence our lives like our fathers. “Fathers” tells the story of a family that chooses a very unlikely but fitting memorial to remember the life of their Father and Grandfather.

Cremation Memorials

Memorialist Bob Mattos explains how memorialization has played an important role in his healing process, following the death and cremation of his brother.

Community Healing

“Community Healing” shows one of the many ways that memorialists are helping build better communities. Here is the story of memorialists working with the Garden of Innocence organization to help communities honor the lives of abandoned children.

The Art of Remembering

The first video in the MBNA’s ambitious Remember Project, “the Art of Remembering,” portrays the process of creating a memorial while highlighting some examples of contemporary memorial art.