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Your Voice. Your Story. Your Legacy.

“If only I had known about you earlier.” I cannot tell you how many times I have heard “if only” from people when they learn that I am a personal historian. All too often, it is only after a beloved family member has passed away that we realize we have lost part of ourselves—our history and our connection to the past that help define who we are. A person’s story is a priceless gift to children, grandchildren, and future generations.

I help families honor loved ones by recording and preserving their life stories—as memoir books, oral histories, and documentary videos. I also help businesses document their histories as a strategic business tool to develop customer loyalty, retain and inspire the best employees, and honor their founders and leaders. If you need a family historian, business historian, oral historian, video producer, editor, ghostwriter, memoir writer, or book publisher, Story Trust can help. — David G. O’Neil

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Samples of Our Work

Story Trust - Samples of Our WorkSee how we can create a lasting legacy for you, your family, or organization.


Story Trust in the News

Story Trust In The NewsStory Trust has received press from the likes of The New York Times, Kiplinger’s, NBC, Reuters, and more.


David G. O’Neil, Founder

David G. O'NeilDavid has over 20 years of professional writing, editing, publishing, and media production experience.


A Delightful Holiday Gift

I guarantee that you will enjoy sharing this book with toddlers who are just learning the words for parts of the body.

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About the Author & Illustrator
Ethel Sinofsky is, at age 93, a first-time author and great-grandmother many times over. A graduate of the Massachusetts College of Art, she worked as a display artist and designer, and created greeting cards for Rustcraft Greeting Card Co. Ethel is a woman of many talents: a gifted watercolorist; a punster and poet; an associate craftsman in the metalworker’s guild at the Lexington Arts and Crafts Society, designing and making jewelry; a loving and devoted mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend; and a wicked bridge player.

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