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Canadian Seniors Association, located in Ontario, Canada, has listed LastingMatters and The LastingMatters Organizer as a valuable resource under the "Real Life Stories & Resources" section on their website Ex

Barbara Sedoric, Founder of LastingMatters, joined four local experts at The Music Hall Loft this fall to discuss a spectrum of issues and the importance of making future plans for ourselves and our loved ones.

Jeff Baxter, MSW, RSW, a social worker from Cambridge, Ontario, Canada, father of twins, and dedicated blogger of Beyond Estate Planning, recently posted a wonderful review of The LastingMatters Organizer.

Barbara Sedoric posted another inspirational story as an Architect of Change on Maria Shriver's website on December 8. The topic?

Rohe's Holiday Hats

December 8, 2014

They recently arrived packaged lovingly in white tissue in a box with a note from his widow.  They sit side by side on our mantle this holiday season next to two others that are perched there.

They sit as a stark and precious reminder of the man who once wore them.

They are Rohe’s red and green, furry, bright, holiday music- playing, ridiculous holiday hats.

Today, The Conversation Project rolled out it's new website. On the website's front landing page, positioned in the upper right hand corner, there is a photo of Barbara Sedoric and her father "Boo".  Barbara's story was originally posted by The Conversation Project on October 8, 2013.

Barbara Bates Sedoric was recently highlighted in the Ellevate Member Successes in Ellevate News.

How To Find Joy At the End of Life, Even While Planning a Funeral

October 31, 2014

Consider this fact of life: How much effort do we often put into planning for vacations, weddings and sometimes our retirement, but how often do we plan for the nitty-gritty practical details of planning a funeral or planning for death? The inevitable is inevitable isn’t it?

We may consider issues such as wills and estate planning or cremation or burial. But how often do we communicate and document our lives and what is to happen to all that information when we die?

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