Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) February 13, 2013
As a State Trooper and SWAT member, Michael Davis spends his days tracking dangerous fugitives. Michael also assists law enforcement agencies with creating composite sketches of criminal suspects. Although some law enforcement agencies are moving toward the use of computer-based facial composite systems, Michael specializes in hand-drawn composite sketches. Michael’s composite sketches are based upon witness descriptions and have led to the arrest of numerous suspects.
“I’m excited about this opportunity to assist my fellow law enforcement professionals with their worthwhile endeavor,” says Davis. “Gracious Fade has created a unique niche in the digital afterlife and memorial website field.”
Gracious Fade recognizes the sacrifices of the U.S. military, law enforcement and firefighters. In recognition of their service to our country and their communities, Gracious Fade offers a free one-year "Heroes" premium account upgrade to the men and women dedicated to these professions.
"Retaining Michael was a ‘natural fit’ to assist with Gracious Fade’s website design,” says Allen Karch, CEO of Gracious Fade. “Michael is a decorated law enforcement professional and an accomplished sketch artist. Gracious Fade’s organic website design remains consistent with its corporate mission.”
While many memorial websites focus on mortality and bereavement, Gracious Fade differentiates itself by allowing its Members to preserve their voice, imagery and messages in the first person. Gracious Fade allows its Members to create their own “celebration of life”.
Members can upload written messages, photographs, videos and voice messages for family and friends, which will be released to their selected Beneficiaries upon confirmation of their passing. Basic Members can upload written messages and photographs for free. Premium Members receive enhanced features, including increased storage space, voice and video upload capabilities.
The Gracious Fade team hopes to provide its Members with a unique opportunity to “Leave Nothing Unsaid…”
About Gracious Fade
Gracious Fade is a "digital time capsule" service created by first responders, which preserves a Member’s voice and imagery in the first person. Gracious Fade was derived from personal family losses and a desire to assist U.S. service members, law enforcement personnel and firefighters with their “Just in Case” messages. For more information, please visit http://www.graciousfade.com