When Nathan Smith was in high school and college in the mid-1980s, he volunteered at a summer camp for children with muscular dystrophy. It was gratifying work, and the Wichita, Kansas, native developed deep friendships with campers. But it was also heartbreaking.
“Unfortunately, we also buried a lot of kids,” he says. “It was really frustrating for me to see how some families were being handled by the funeral homes and, even more important, the lack of options available to them. These were vibrant 12- and 13-year-old kids being buried in drab, gray caskets.”
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December 23, 2011 by Cris | 0 Comments