Interview With Grant Pollock

Grant Pollock - Retired Sportscaster and co-worker of Ed Whalen

On Friday March 24th, Capturing Legacies Inc. was honored to have the opportunity to interview Grant Pollock, one of Ed Whalen’s co-workers from 2&7, the television station they both worked at for many years.  Grant had some wonderful stories that gave us some more insight into what Ed Whalen was really like.  Thank you Grant, we appreciate your time and your stories.  Watch our YouTube channel for some of the interview clips.

For more information on the Ed Whalen project, please create your FREE account on our Life Story Project Management System: http://AStoryNotForgotten.com  You can follow along with the progress on the Ed Whalen project and you can even add a monthly subscription to your account to create your own life story or the story of someone you care about.

Ecstasy On Fire

Enjoy the latest episode of the A Story Not Forgotten podcast where Liam interviews Rea Hailley.  Rea has an incredible story about working on a cruise ship that caught fire while off the coast of Miami.

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Podcast Episode 5 – Ecstasy On Fire

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On this episode of the A Story Not Forgotten podcast host Liam Rathgeber interviews Rea Hailley Rea is a pop culture sales and marketing expert craniosacral therapist and mother of three amazing kidsRea shares an incredible story from 1998 when she used to be a cashier at the casino on a Carnival cruise ship that caught fire while at sea off the coast of MiamiFor more information on how Capturing Legacies Inc can help you capture your life story please visit httpCapturingLegaciescom

660 News Feature on Capturing Legacies

On February 24th, 660 News Calgary’s Kendra Fowler connected with Liam Rathgeber to discuss Capturing Legacies and the Ed Whalen Story project. To view the project in progress, you can create your own FREE account on our custom life story project management software where you may also want to start your own life story, or that of someone you care about.

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Global News Story

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On February 23rd, 2017 David Boushy, Reporter with Global News Calgary interviewed the founding partners of Capturing Legacies Inc.  The piece appropriately titled: “Unique Calgary company ‘Capturing Legacies’ sets out to preserve memories for generations to come” was shown to television audiences at 6pm, 11pm and again the following day on the Global News Morning Show.

The story also highlights the Ed Whalen Story project that we are doing for charitable benefit of the Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation.  To view the project in progress, you can create your own FREE account on our custom life story project management software where you may also want to start your own life story, or that of someone you care about.

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