Love Never Ends » Remembrance Photography in London, Ontario

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Cynthia Bendle and Heather MacEachern-Tarasick are professional Photographers who have both lost their parents too soon and understand the importance of capturing memories before it’s too late. With their own experiences, they remember the love and care put into each image and how now, their children, have the ability to remember and experience their grandparents long after they’re gone.

The Love Never Ends photographers will honour your loved ones in an intimate complimentary ‘Remembrance Session’ focused on capturing the heart of the most important people in your life. Remembrance Sessions are about capturing the grace behind the illness, the person you love so deeply and capturing moments in time with sensitivity and compassion. Nothing is forced or overwhelming.

We will document you and your loved one wherever and whenever they’re most comfortable – hospital, home or sentimental spot.  It’s a care filled session to capture a moment in time for you to treasure forever. These are not ‘death’ photos but a celebration of your loved one’s life. If you, or someone you know is terminally ill, is expecting or has had a baby born still or has a loved one in Palliative Care and would like professional images captured, please reach out to us for more information.

Love Never Ends is a not-for-profit organization inspired by and dedicated to the memories of Ron Bendle and Brenda MacEachern, who both loved their families so very much.

“Love does not die, people do.
So, when all that’s left of me is love,
give me away as best you can. ”
~ Author unknown

*** Please note, we are currently available for our complimentary sessions on weekdays in the London, Ontario area only (weekend and out of town sessions are currently NOT available). Complimentary remembrance sessions are available to individuals 65 years of age and under. If you are a photographer interested in volunteering for our not-for-profit organization, we would love to hear from you! ***

January 6, 2016 - 2:11 am

Dannielle - Hey ladies! I would LOVE to volunteer if there is a need that I could fit. So sorry my website is being updated so you can’t see my work. My Facebook page is quite recent. http://Www.facebook.com/danniellesuzannephotography

July 20, 2016 - 2:49 pm

Patty Attkins - Hello, Heather,

I read about your charity “Love Never Ends’ in the newspaper yesterday! What a wonderful service you & Cynthia Bendle are offering. I was very moved by your motivation – the loss of one of your parents at an early age, as well as the desire to help capture memories of loved ones under 65 at no charge. You are a very caring and thoughtful individual, – I consider myself lucky to have had you as my student!

My own mother died of cancer when I was 32 years old. My brother made an award-winning film called “Walk me to the Water”, which followed the lives of 3 terminally ill people being cared for at home. (Done in still photography!) He did so in honour of our mother. She inspired me to establish The Crochet Club of London, a local charity, after I retired from teaching. (We make blankets for people in need in and around London, – this fall we’ll give away blanket number 10,000!) It always amazes me how much a parent who passed away years ago continues to have such a profound influence on our lives… What a splendid tribute to them.

I’m so very proud of you!

Sincerely,
Patty Attkins (Sra.!)

P.S. My brother is a well-known and highly respected photographer in the Berkshires (Massachusetts), and you might enjoy checking out his website : johnseakwood.com
He still does some wedding photography, but he did a great deal in the past in the motion picture industry.

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