Aaron Ruben Nelson Mortuary is proud to announce its support and title sponsorship for the upcoming “Remembered Light” exhibit at the SullivanMunce Cultural Center of Zionsville.
The exhibit, scheduled to open in June and running through April 2012, features 25 stained glass “windows” created by 13 artists from the shards of glass gathered by Fredrick Alexander McDonald (1908-2003) from those churches and synagogues in England, France and Germany that were destroyed during WWII.  A U.S. Army Chaplain, he saw the tiny remnants as markers of war’s tragedy and hoped that one day they could serve as testament to the sacrifices made by so many. The shards and their stories – provided in a narrative that accompanies the windows – dramatize the hard-won liberty that Fred McDonald’s generation gave the rest of us.
“We believe it is important to be an active, supportive participant in our community,” says Jennifer Nelson Williams, president of Aaron Ruben Nelson Mortuary. “The theme of this exhibit touched our hearts, and we are thrilled to be a part of it.”
SullivanMunce Cultural Center is located at 205-225 West Hawthorne Street in Zionsville, IN; just two blocks west of the brick Main Street. Hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please call 317.873.6862 or visit www.sullivanmunce.org for more information.
About Aaron-Ruben-Nelson
Aaron-Ruben-Nelson Mortuary has been providing families with final arrangements for their loved ones since 1935. Today Max Nelson and daughter Jennifer Williams offer their 75 years of combined experience to provide unparalleled attention and sensitivity to detail. Conveniently located just north of I-465 at 11411 North Michigan Road, the new, 13,000-square-foot facility includes meeting space and room for families to gather. For more information about pre-arrangements, Veterans or Social Security benefits, call 317-873-4776 or visithttp://www.arnmortuary.com.

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