We use the phrase “In Memoriam” on a regular basis. It comes from the Latin, simply meaning “In Memory Of.” It seems quite formal, stiff even haughty at times. But in reality, the opposite is true. Memories
are some of the most precious things we possess. And, even though they cost nothing to make, they are no less priceless than things that you might gaze upon at The Smithsonian, MOMA or The Getty.
Nothing can create a memory that will imbed itself in our every fiber quite like music. A song comes on the radio, Spotify, Pandora or from a vinyl LP or CD and then a person gets transported (and at once, transfixed) to a moment in time faster than the DeLorean in Back to the Future!