CemeterySpot.com Offers No Cost Memorials to Honor National Police Week

CemeterySpot.com is Proud to Acknowledge the Contributions Made by Police and Law Enforcement Officers Worldwide Who Made the Ultimate Sacrifice. To Accomplish This CemeterySpot.com Is Giving Family Members Of Fallen Police Officers The Ability to Share Their Lives, in Their Native Language, With a No Cost Online Memorial.

Edmond, OK, May 14, 2008 --(PR.com)-- In 2008, National Police Week, in the USA, will run from Sunday, May 11 through Saturday, May 17. National Police Week events will be held in Washington, DC from May 13 through May 16. It is in honor of all police officers worldwide that CemeterySpot.com has issued this press release.

CemeterySpot.com (http://www.cemeteryspot.com) has just begun offering family members of deceased police and law enforcement officers a no cost, high quality, full featured, online memorial in honor of that dearly departed loved one. By allowing CemeterySpot.com to host their online memorial Free for 1 year CemeterySpot.com is hoping to show the contributions to law and order that these brave men and women, from all over the world, have made toward keeping communities safe and secure.

“In all parts of the world we are fortunate to have men and women who patrol our streets with the intent of protecting us from criminals who seek to do us harm. These police and law enforcement officers willingly put themselves in harms way to insure that the laws of our communities are obeyed; and, they risk danger when apprehending those who commit crimes of all types. It is in honor of these brave men and women that we make this offer.” said Hal Stevens, President.

CemeterySpot.com wants to have online memorials in honor of as many police and law enforcement officers as possible, and from every country, and in every language. CemeterySpot.com wants to show that these officers, from all over the world, were people who positively impacted family life, communities and nations. CemeterySpot.com wants to enable the surviving families of these men and women to use technology as a help in the memorial and grief support process.

To participate in this program please email, Hal Stevens, at hal@cemeteryspot.com. Obtain a letter signed by the commanding officer at the last location the deceased officer was assigned to. The letter can be emailed or sent by the Postal Service. And, please upload the memorial within 30 days of approval.

CemeterySpot.com (http://www.cemeteryspot.com) has features that include a choice of virtual grave monument, cremation urn or mausoleum in various styles, textures and colors. On a CemeterySpot.com memorial the user can also include an audio or video eulogy and GPS location of the deceased. There is a choice of scenic locations, or, just upload one from another source. A photo of the actual grave site, urn or mausoleum of the deceased can also be uploaded. And the Masonic square ad compass is available to upload to each memorial.

In addition, each CemeterySpot.com memorial includes a high quality user-friendly framework with About Me, photo Gallery, Tributes, Legacy and Guest Book pages.

Visitors to a CemeterySpot.com memorial “Spot” can leave OnSite Memorial Gifts that reside on the memorial grave, urn or mausoleum site. These include a good choice of virtual items that are similar to what would be left when visiting a cemetery or place of memorial. They include flowers, various ribbons, an angel, and more.

With all of the features, advantages and benefits available on CemeterySpot.com it is redefining what an online memorial website community should be.


For more information about CemeterySpot.com (http://www.cemeteryspot.com) please call Hal Stevens at 405-210-4363, or email Hal at hal@cemeteryspot.com.
CemeterySpot, Inc.
Hal Stevens
2517 Fernwood Drive
Edmond, OK 73034 USA