Aggeloo works very easy..

..namely in 4 easy steps:
  1. Create an account.
  2. Create a page and/or a condolence register.
  3. Invite family, friends and acquaintances to participate.
  4. Share memories with each other on photos, stories, videos and even music.

All memories are shown on a timeline, so you can make a monument of someone's life. It all speaks for itself, however, you can also view the instructional video for extra explanation and inspiration.

Are you wondering what a memorial page looks like? Then click here to go to a fictional page.

Aggeloo works very easy. All memories are shown on a timeline, so you can make a monument of someone's life.

Aggeloo is...

..the online memorial platform where the loving memory of a close friend or relative is kept alive. Here, friends and family of the person who has passed away can share memories in the form of stories, photos, videos and even music through a private page. All memories are presented in a timeline to create a beautiful timed monument of the life of your deceased relative, friend or acquaintance.

In addition to a Memories page Aggeloo also offers a condolence register. A condolence register is, unlike a Memories page, not automatically private. You can decide to publish the register and send a link to your relatives, friends and acquaintances. For more information and a preview click here.

Aggeloo is related to the Greek mythology and means angel, guardian.

Safety and privacy are very important to us. That is why all Memories pages are private and can only be accessed by friends and family who have been given explicit permission. And we never share personal information with third parties.

Joining Aggeloo is free of cost and also a Memories page is completely free forever!

Are you wondering how a memorial page looks like? Then click here to go to a fictional page.

Aggeloo is the online memorial platform where the loving memory of a close friend or relative is kept alive.

Aggeloo is the result...

..of a shocking event. My best friend Joes Kloppenburg was the victim of an act of senseless violence and died on 17 August 1996. A personal tragedy that greatly upset many people and led to an outcry of major indignation all over the Netherlands.

Kappen Nou!’ (Cut it out!) were his last words by which he saved the lives of the other victims and maybe even my own. This was typical of Joes, who was always ready to help other people. Our friendship was special. Special because we had so many adventures together. I was left behind with a host of memories and stories and it didn't take long for me to start writing them down.

The stories and adventures I had to share proved to be both important and valuable to his parents and relatives and to our many friends. Laughing and crying about memories together, sharing photos, meeting old friends, and hearing stories that were new to me gave me the idea to develop Aggeloo: a private and safe environment where memories are shared, added to, and, most importantly, kept forever.

Kenneth van Cauter

Aggeloo is the result of a shocking event. My best friend Joes Kloppenburg was the victim of an act of senseless violence and died on 17 August 1996. A personal tragedy that greatly upset many people and led to an outcry of major indignation all over the Netherlands.

The HELP memorial monument in the Voetboogstraat
is placed in remembrance of Joes


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