Digitaly Preserve Your Loved Ones Life Stories
Memories can fade with time. Remembering our loved ones after they pass can often turn into faded memories, sometimes resulting with regret that we didn't do enough to remember them and their stories while they were with us. Family photos, videos and tape recordings help preserve those precious moments.
Audio Digital Memories
HD quality audio is the foundation of all of our packages. Hearing Dad laugh while he's telling a story, or hearing the emotion in Mom's voice while she's describing the time you fell out of the tree in the backyard and broke your arm. Priceless audio to recapture those moments!
Video Digital Memories
HD quality video is the cornerstone of all of our Video packages. Imagine being able to share your family stories with young children - maybe that family reunion will be a little less intimidating for a little one, since he will have been watching Grandma and Grandpa tell stories the week before!
Timeless video to look into loved ones eyes as they recount the journey!
How it Works
Digital Memories Interview Questions
What is your full name?
Why did your parents select this name for you?
Did you have a
What do you know about your family surname?
Is there a naming tradition in your family?
When and where were you born?
How did your family come to live there?
How many members are in your immediate family? What are their names?
Describe their personalities.
What was the house (apartment, farm, etc.) like? How many rooms? Bathrooms?
Did it have electricity? Indoor plumbing? Telephones?
Were there any special items in the house that you remember?
What is your earliest childhood memory?
What kind of games did you play growing up?
What was your favorite toy and why?
What was your favorite thing to do for fun (movies, beach, etc.)?
Did you have family chores? What were they? Which was your least favorite?
Did you receive an allowance? How much? Did you save your money or spend it?
What was school like for you as a child? What were your best and worst subjects?
Where did you attend grade school? High school? College?
What school activities and sports did you participate in?
Do you remember any fads from your youth? Popular hairstyles? Clothes?
Who were your childhood heroes?
What were your favorite songs and music? Are they still your favorites today?
Did you have any pets? If so, what kind and what were their names?
What was your religion growing up?
Were you or any member of your family ever mentioned in a newspaper?
Who were your friends when you were growing up? Do you still talk with any of them?
What world events had the most impact on you while you were growing up?
Did any of them personally affect your family?
Describe a typical family dinner. Did you all eat together as a family? Who did the cooking?
What were your favorite foods?
How were holidays celebrated in your family? Did your family have special traditions?
How is the world today different from what it was like when you were a child?
Who was the oldest relative you remember as a child? What do you remember about them?
What stories have come down to you about your parents? Grandparents? More distant ancestors?
Are there any stories about famous or infamous relatives in your family?
Have any recipes been passed down to you from family members?
Are there any physical characteristics that run in your family?
Are there any special heirlooms, photos, bibles or other memorabilia that have been
passed down in your family?
What is/was the full name of your spouse or signiﬁcant other?
When and how did you meet your spouse? What did you do on dates?
What was it like when you proposed (or were proposed to)?
Where and when did it happen? How did you feel?
Where and when did you get married?
What memory stands out the most from your wedding day?
How would you describe your spouse? What do (did) you admire most about them?
If not your ﬁrst marriage, describe any subsequent weddings/marriages
What do you believe is the key to a successful marriage?
How did you ﬁnd out your were going to be a parent for the ﬁrst time?
Why did you choose your children's names?
What was your proudest moment as a parent?
What did your family enjoy doing together?
What is/was your profession and how did you choose it?
If your profession is/was not your "dream job", describe what that would look like.
Of all the things you learned from your parents, which do you feel was the most valuable?
What accomplishments are you the most proud of?
What is the one thing you most want people to remember about you?