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LifeStories fade when the storytellers leave us. There are many ways to ensure the stories are kept for generations to come, but few bring LifeStories alive as a personal recorded history from the ones who experienced them.

Address: P.O. Box 9322 Austin, Texas 78766

Phone: (512) 431-8166

Don & Linda

“We could find no better way to preserve our family history for generations to come than to tell our “Life Story” in a video presentation.”

Betsy C.

“My husband… was a remarkable man, and I feel the process of the life review you afforded us gave him an opportunity to see his life in its entirety, not just the final years of dealing with cancer. The best thing for us as his family is the treasure of his life to see on our DVD… was also invaluable.”

Michael C.

“The value of [Mike’s] work increases exponentially over time, because as we know so well, memories and milestones are worth their weight in gold. The way Mike reveals the special qualities of ordinary people is undeniably a gift. I am grateful to know a man of such dedication and high integrity.”

 

Jim E.

“Even though my father passed away six years ago, he lives on through the interview he and my mother gave to Mike O’Krent two years before his passing. Mike has memorialized and brought to life my parents’ rich experiences through his exceptional videotaped interview that my family has watched frequently.

Mike not only brings stories alive, but he brings departed family members to life through his wonderful interviews. If you have rich stories in your family – and we all do – do not hesitate to engage Mike.”

 

 

Bill M.

“My father-in-law was diagnosed with the cancer that would later take his life. The LifeStory captured events and family history that would have been lost with his passing. The DVD was played at his funeral; it was the most rewarding and meaningful funeral reception I have ever attended. All the attendees were rewarded with a last look at his wonderful sense of humor, his love for his family and the history of his community.”