TN obituaries to remain online indefinitely
Documentation of a person's life is very important. That's why the TIMES NEWS takes very seriously its opportunity to print a person's obituary at the time of his of her passing. We strive to make sure our daily obituaries are accurate and, above all, as detailed as the family prefers with regard to the life of the deceased.
As part of this service, TIMES NEWS obituaries are shared electronically with viewers around the world through our affiliation with Legacy.com, an innovative online media company that collaborates with more than 800 newspapers in North America, Europe and Australia to provide ways for readers to express condolences and share remembrances of loved ones.
As part of the service we offer families through Legacy.com, the TIMES NEWS would like to announce obituaries that appear in our paper and are subsequently entered into Legacy.com will continue to be available to online viewers for an "indefinite" period of time.
Whereas some Legacy.com affiliates have opted to provide free access to obituaries for a specific period of time, after which period they will be archived and available for access at a fee, the management of the TIMES NEWS wishes to make the obituary and guestbook available to viewers indefinitely.
This means your obituaries will all be searchable and viewable at no additional charge to users. They can be reached by going to www.tnonline.com and clicking on "obituaries" or are searchable at www.Legacy.com.