Houston Chronicle: Houston startup helps plan here and now for the great beyond
When my father died in late 2018 at the age of 88, his affairs were mostly in order. He’d been ill for a while, and his passing was something for which our family was mostly prepared.
But regardless of how many loose ends you think you’ve tied up, there are always surprises. Writing fini on a life is always harder than you think, particularly in the digital age when a person’s existence extends from the physical into the virtual world.