Greetings, all!

For those of you that weren’t able to make it to the memorial service for Delphine’s dad, Dean Glandt, it was very beautiful. The folks from Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel of the Chimes did a great job of making sure everything was taken care of, instructions were given when needed, and everything went so smoothly.

After the memorial service and the graveside service, we all came back to the church for an early dinner. During dinner, Dean’s children and grandchildren presented a PowerPoint presentation that we had collectively put together. We had all gathered pictures and stories from the past, and put it together with music chosen by Perriann and Delphine. We got a really nice response from a lot of folks and afterwards a few people asked if I could put it on CD or DVD.

After doing some research and trying a few programs out, I finally decided on Camtasia, a screen capture software package that allows you to record audio and motion from your computer for sharing in several different formats.

Right now, I have available a web-based version. It requires Adobe Macromedia Flash Player, so if you don’t have that, you won’t be able to see the presentation. You can get it by clicking here.

Tribute Presentation: Click here to launch the video in a separate window. If you have any pop-up blockers, be sure to allow my site to launch pop-ups. Also, depending on your Internet connection, it may take a little bit to load enough to start playing, but it will show you the loading progress when you launch the presentation.

I’ll be working on getting this on DVD for those in the Glandt family that aren’t on the Internet on a consistent basis, or for those that would just simply like a copy of the tribute.