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Honey Creek Woodlands is dedicated to natural burials, elegantly simple, peacefulness fitting of a cemetery. http://bit.ly/1pajFxT

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Thursday, March 10, 2016 - 10:00am

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What really sets Honey Creek Woodlands apart, however, is the feel of the place. Everything is elegantly simple, creating a sense of peacefulness fitting of a cemetery.

I’ll keep this post on the serious side, friends. I had a remarkable Saturday this past weekend, and I want to share it with you.

You might recall my post in January where I reflected on the funeral of Joe Ledlie. Joe was an Atlanta icon, a talented writer, a southern gentleman and a good friend. His youngest daughter, Kathryn, is one of my closest friends from high school, and she was kind enough to take me, my wife Chantel, and our other high school friend Andrew to visit Joe’s grave. I’d been wanting to visit him ever since he passed away, and we were blessed by extraordinarily good weather. It felt like Joe was smiling on us.

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Valerie Bennett
+1 (770) 317-5858
Ray C. Anderson Foundation
Keywords: Environment | Eco-friendly burial | Eco-friendly funeral | Environment | Green Burial Council | Green cemetery | Honey Creek Woodlands | Innovation & Technology | Milton Fields | Ray C. Anderson Foundation | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement

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