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We offer high quality cremation urns, cremation jewelry, and scattering tubes at reasonable prices. Check us out at www.Adamsurns.com
We offer high quality cremation urns, cremation jewelry, and scattering tubes at reasonable prices. Check us out at www.Adamsurns.com

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Have you ever watched a show and seen an actor, or listened to the radio and heard a voice, and said "I KNOW that voice", but couldn't quite place it? Well, that's probably the case with our entry into this weeks "Monday Mournings" actor Joe Silver, who died on this date in history in 1989 AND on a Monday.⠀

Silver's voice was so prolific, he was known as the lowest voice in show business; so low that when he speaks, he unties your shoelaces. He appeared in over 1,000 tv shows and films, from the 1960s through the 1980s, until his passing from liver cancer.⠀

Follow us at Adams Urns for more weekly installments of "Monday Mournings", where we look back at the life of someone famous that passed on that day in history AND on a Monday, because "Mondays may suck, but it can always be worse..."
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On behalf of all of us at Adams Urns, we just wanted to wish all our customers and followers a very happy Presidents Day!!
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Sorry this is a day late, we were busy at an industry trade show yesterday, but hey, better late than never, right?⠀
This week in "Monday Mournings" we look back at the life of Andre Stander, a unique South African criminal in that he was a police investigator that would sneak out and rob banks on his lunch break, and then come back in the afternoon as the investigating officer. Stander died on this date in history in 1984, AND on a Monday.⠀

Stander robbed over 30 banks in his career and after being caught and imprisoned, he managed to escape prison, start a gang, and was eventually killed by police in a shoot-out. This was one bad dude!!⠀

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Guess ill be busy tomorrow while everyone else plays in the snow...when you run your own business, the work is never done, but thanks for the vote of confidence, Mr. Trump...
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This week in "Monday Mournings", we celebrate Janice Voss, an American engineer and a NASA astronaut, that passed on this date in history in 2012 AND on a Monday.⠀

Voss was selected as an astronaut candidate in 1990 and flew as a mission specialist on 5 missions (STS-57 in 1993, STS-63 in 1995, STS-83 in 1997, STS-94 in 1997 and STS-99 in 2000), which is a jointly held record for women in space. All of her flights included another female astronaut as well.⠀

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This week in "Monday Mournings" we look back on the life of Salvador Dali, perhaps one of the most famous painters and sculptures to ever live, who died on this date in history in 1989 AND on a Monday.

Dali needs no real introduction, as his expansive artistic repertoire included film, sculpture, and photography, in collaboration with a range of artists in a variety of media. His painterly skills are often attributed to the influence of Renaissance masters, and His best-known work, The Persistence of Memory, was completed in August 1931.

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SPECIAL GIVEAWAY TIME!!!!

Today is the birthday of our company president, Adam, but he is so generous, he's decided YOU should get the presents instead!!

We are running a special contest...If you:
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You will be entered to win this stunning cremation urn cross pendant.

Contest is open from now until Sunday night, January 22nd, 2017 at 11:59pm Eastern Time. One winner will be randomly selected on Monday, January 23rd. Good luck and happy birthday, Adam!!
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This week in "Monday Mournings", we celebrate the 1st Lady of Astronomy, Caroline Herschel, who passed on this date in 1848 AND on a Monday.

Her most significant contributions to astronomy were the discoveries of several comets, including the periodic comet 35P/Herschel-Rigollet, which bears her name. She was the first woman to be paid for her contribution to science, to be awarded a Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (1828), and to be named an Honorary Member of the Royal Astronomical Society (1835, with Mary Somerville). She was also named an honorary member of the Royal Irish Academy (1838).

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"Monday Mournings" goes international this week, as we look at the life of Kerry Packer, Australian billionaire, that died on this date in 2005, AND on a Monday.

Packer was best known for founding World Series Cricket, but also was known for merging Australia's largest television network with its largest publishing company to form Publishing and Broadcasting Limited (PBL). At his death, he was worth approx. 7 Billion dollars, and was considered as one of Australia's most powerful media proprietors.

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