You can create Facebook pages or email people or send letters and ask people if they have stories to share.
I’ve participated in a few of those kinds of things with friends of mine who have lost loved ones, and I think they’re quite powerful.
Not everyone is as comfortable doing that as [they would be doing] a memorial service, but that’s what we have right now.
You can do that at a later date, so a virtual service doesn’t have to be a flat-out replacement.
There are some really creative ways to plan a virtual service.

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