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Ann Nagler
In Memory of
Ann Hamilton
Nagler
1923 - 2018
Memorial Candle Tribute From
George P. Kalas Funeral Home
"We are honored to provide this Book of Memories to the family."
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Memorial Candle Tribute From
Diana Hong
"Nan was an extraordinary woman. After listening to others describe their memor"
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Dorothy Anderson
"Nan was a wonderful person."
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Melissa "Missy" McMunn
"To Ken and the rest of the family, I wish you peace on the passing of Nan. She "
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Marsha Iyomasa
"Thank you Nan and Ken for the training, support and encouragement as we worked t"
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Carol Meyer
"Nan was our second instructor at CTA, Ken being our first. While in Ken’s pupp"
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Sharing a Photo

This section allows the family to upload their own photos of the deceased.

Note: All photos must be approved by the funeral home or family before they will be available to the public.

Step #1 - Navigate to the "Share" tab at the left, and then "Upload a Photo". Note that photo file must be either jpg or png files only.

Step #2 - Click on the "Add files..." button.

Step #3 - Select the photo file from your computer and click "Open".

Step #4 - You'll see a preview thumbnail of the selected photo. You can enter a description of the photo in the field to the right of the preview. may add more files at this point. Once your photos have been selected, click on "Start Upload".

Step #5 - You can add more files at this point. Once you have selected the photos and entered a description, click on "Start Upload".

Step #6 - You'll see a message stating that your photos have been successfully uploaded and there will be a display of "My Uploaded Photos".

Step #7 - The photo will either immediately load into the Book of Memories or become available once approved by the family/funeral home.

The Book of Memories™ for your loved one is a permanent archive, so feel free to return at any time in the future to add to the collection of photos and stories.