A California company that aims to protect forests while inspiring people to leave a meaningful legacy for loved ones is coming to Connecticut.
Sandy Gibson, the CEO of Better Place Forests, knows firsthand the importance of having a beautiful, memorable resting place for loved ones. Sandy’s father died unexpectedly from a stroke when he was just 10 years old and when he was 11 he lost his mother to Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
“I spent the rest of my life going back to their grave and that creates a memory. It was never a place I wanted to remember them, it was never the image I want to think of when I think of my mom,” Gibson said. “Better Place Forests is a way that we can create that beautiful memory and that beautiful place for other families to choose.”
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