PITTSBURGH, April 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- "My son, who was named after my departed brother, was killed in 2004 and I could not afford a headstone," said an inventor from Chicago, Illinois. "After looking at my son's photo I had a co-worker winterize the treasured image which I placed on a skinny pole to develop this invention."
He developed the LOUIS MEMORIAL STAND to provide an alternative to traditional, expensive headstones. It could reduce the financial burden placed on surviving family members. Additionally, it could offer peace of mind to the loved ones of the departed.
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