RainbowBridge Memorials is brought to you by Jennifer Muldowney, author of Say Farewell, Your Way: A funeral planning guide for Ireland (Oak Tree Press). With over 20 years as a pet owner and lover and 5 years working in the funeral industry she has brought together her expertise and experience to develop a range of unique Pet memorial products to help other Pet Parents grieve for the massive loss of a pet.
Cremation Jewelry can be a beautiful way to honor our furry friends and help family members to remember them especially if there are a large number of family members or if everyone travels a lot or lives in different countries all over the world.
Born in Dublin in 1982, Jennifer Muldowney went to college in Dublin City University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Business Studies Degree in 2004. She furthered her education in 2010 with a Wedding Planning Certificate and a PRII accredited Public Relations post graduate diploma and Event Management post graduate diploma and again in 2012 with a Digital Communications diploma with Social Media.
Cycling or walking to and from work where possible is a part of her contribution towards a better environment also lead her to take part in a charitable fundraiser for Temple Street in 2010 where an event raised 2,000euro for the children.
Charity has and always will be close to her heart and she also ran the Miami Marathon in 2007, which raised great awareness and 12,000 dollars for an AIDS program in LA with the help of the National Aids Marathon Training program. She also assisted Dublin charity, The Smile Project with marketing and fundraising.
Most importantly she has been endorsed by the Famous Pete the Vet (Bray, Ireland) and the Irish Crematorium - Cranmore but she is a very proud Tedx speaker (see above video). She is also regularly featuring in the Irish Times, Irish Independent, The Irish Sun, The Metro Herald Dublin, About Magazines (Knocklyon, Rathfarnham, Dundrum, Blackrock, Dun laoghaire) and Senior Times magazine and interviewed on RTE radio, LMFM, CRM, Today FM, Newstalk, Kerry Radio, Highland Radio and Dublin South FM. Jennifer is also a regular feature writer and contributor to the Funeral Times Magazine and Funerals Today Magazine in the States.