Over cold cuts and beers, Dan met with his good friend and former Army officer Jerry Bowen, passing a word of gratitude for saving Dan’s life years before in Vietnam. They laughed about the twists and turns that have brought them to the present, and thought about those young men beside them who took to the sky to serve their country.Read More
For Immediate Release
As published 11/18/2009
Contact: Sherry Borzo
A truly personal gift that won’t break, go obsolete, or be forgotten
[Des Moines, IA] --The iPhone you gave last year is already outdated. The waffle iron is on the highest shelf, seldom used. The HD TV seems too small now. And your parents don’t want to accumulate any more “things.” Choosing the right gift may seem difficult, but it’s easier than you think, says Paula Stahel, president of the Association of Personal Historians.
“Celebrating a holiday in a down economy gives us a chance to reexamine what matters most and to choose gifts that reflect our deepest values,” says Borzo. “These are the gifts that will be treasured long after the holiday is past.”
The Association of Personal Historians (APH) has put together a list of gift ideas with lasting value for all budgets and circumstances. These gifts are sure to be loved, cherished, and even passed on to future generations. (To read full release and read the suggested gift ideas click Download Holiday Gifts 2009 Press Release 11-9-09.)
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