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Loved Ones Rememerbed with Yorktown Funeral Home's ‘Tree of Life’

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SHRUB OAK, N.Y. - The Yorktown Funeral Home in Shrub Oak held its annual Memorial Tree lighting ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 10. 

Ornaments of lost family members and loved ones are placed on the tree. The lighting is held every year to “remind us of the love, relationships, and what is most important in life.”

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