Help With Ailing Parents And Dating (part 4 Of 4)
Kay Bransford – Chief Curator of MemoryBanc, Kay left a role as a senior executive in a Fortune 200 firm to help care for her ailing parents. In the process, she created a system that would help families organize important documents, accounts and assets as well as navigate some legal roadblocks that were unexpected and impacted her ability to help her parents. Now Kay is a modern-day Paul Revere warning families that divide and conquer in her book, MemoryBanc: Your Workbook to Organizing Life, about the importance of documenting online personal, financial, medical, and household details so the information can be easily found and shared with loved ones if and when it’s needed. Today, MemoryBanc delivers an award-winning system to families around the globe to help organize and protect their information in both print and digital formats.
Dan Farnow is an author who has written the book “The Quest For Marriage,” which is an off-beat, unorthodox, and humorous guide for Christian men looking to get married and what the journey is like, with no subject off limits. I serve as a group leader at my church where I assist in healing ministry and teaching Bible Studies. He has had his book published for over a year. The reason for writing it is that I did not see a Christian relationship book about dating that was guy-friendly. Most books out there are about standards that should be kept, but not a whole lot about practical obstacles that will be faced.