St. Paul Funeral Home Hosts a Free Screening of Sony Pictures' New Film Heaven Is for Real for Families Dealing with Grief
Mueller Memorial Funeral Home will host a free screening of Heaven is for Real for families needing grief support.
April 29, 2014 (Newswire.com) - What: Families recently served by Mueller Memorial gather to attend a sponsored screening of Heaven is for Real
When: Wednesday, April 30th 2014, 4:00pm
Where: Muller Family Theater, 1180 County Road J, White Bear Township, MN 55110
Background: As a unique extension of their services, Mueller Memorial Funeral Home will be hosting a reception and screening Sony Pictures' new film, Heaven is for Real, for the families they have recently served.
The film Heaven is for Real is adapted for the screen from the best-selling book by Todd Burpo with Lynn Vincent and the account of his young son's near-death experience. After the not yet four-year-old boy, Colton, recovers from a touch and go emergency appendectomy, he inexplicably describes his out of body experiences and encounters with deceased family members - forcing his family to struggle with the implications of his story.
About Mueller Memorial
Mueller Memorial is a locally-owned family business committed to caring for families in St. Paul and the Greater Northeastern Suburbs from their two funeral home locations on Johnson Parkway in St. Paul and in downtown White Bear Lake. Opened in 1946 by A.L. Mueller, Mueller Memorial has a proud history of thoughtful service and commitment to community that is carried on by Al's son, and current owner, Scott Mueller. Mueller Memorial works closely with families to provide truly meaningful funeral services that celebrate each individual's unique spirit and life story. Additional information and resources on funeral planning, memorial services, and grief support can be found online at www.MuellerMemorial.com.
Mueller Memorial Funeral & Cremation Service
835 Johnson Parkway, St. Paul, MN 55106
4738 Bald Eagle Ave, White Bear Lake, MN 55110
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