Writer offers help to families by writing memoirs

Journalist opens new business designed to help people tell their stories for present and future generations

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

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Leslie Olson works at a computer in her home office. She assists families by writing memoirs so that family members and future generations will know the life stories of loved ones.

Leslie Olson works at a computer in her home office. She assists families by writing memoirs so that family members and future generations will know the life stories of loved ones.
Photo by Randy Moll

So often it happens that generations of loved ones pass and children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren know little about the lives and experiences of their ancestors, but one Gravette writer is hoping to change that by helping people leave behind a written and recorded account of their memoirs for family members to read and enjoy for generations to come.


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