Always with us: Ways to honor deceased dads on Father’s Day

Just because he’s not here doesn’t mean he can’t be celebrated

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For some, Father’s Day might not be a time to celebrate.

Some fathers aren’t here anymore, and that might bring sadness.

But even when a father is not alive anymore, Father’s Day can still be an occasion to honor him and recapture some precious memories.

Here are five ideas to honor fathers that have passed on, during Father’s Day.

1). Donate or volunteer time to his favorite charity.

Surely, there was some cause that pulled at your dad’s heartstrings, so making a donation or taking some hours to volunteer time to that charity is a great way to honor his memory.

2). Engage in an activity you often did together.

Whether it’s golfing, fishing, boating, fixing up an automobile or getting involved with any sort of home improvement project, doing so as an individual or with your kids is another terrific way to relive memories of your father.


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