Help preserve the greatest body of wisdom in history!
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To accomplish our mission we built a free award-winning legacyStories.org archive so that every person’s legacy stories can be told today and preserved for generations.
Make a difference by adding your own legacy stories to the archive, helping others add theirs, showing clients how or donating to sustain the archive.
Nationally Recognized Leadership
Dennis Stack is a former Senior VP-Branch Manager for UBS/PaineWebber. Over a career spanning 20+ years, Dennis built a network of professionals in Estate Planning, Wealth Management, Accounting and Insurance with a focus on intergenerational wealth planning.
After losing his father, then losing his mother to Alzheimer’s soon after, he regretted not taking time to ask about their past. It was while working with hospice caregivers that Dennis decided to leave his successful career to found Project StoryKeeper to provide legacy story collection training to senior care and financial services professionals across the country.
To that end, he created the StoryKeeper Guidebook, which has since been transformed into the Legacy Stories Handbook. He trained more than 5,000 care providers in over 800 Hospices, Home Care, Assisted Living and Veterans communities as well as numerous financial advisors and estate planners.
Tom Cormier is former CEO and host of the Let’s Talk America radio show, which for 15 years aired on over 450 radio stations in the U.S. and Canada, focusing on self-improvement and personal achievement.
He co-founded Legacy Stories with Dennis after being inspired by his message as a guest on the show. In his role as CEO, Tom produced the groundbreaking Legacy Café Podcast, the Legacy Talk Digest, the Family Legacy Coaching System, and led development of the award-winning LegacyStories.org archive for the Living Legacy Project.
Tom also co-founded the International Assoc. of StoryKeepers (I ASK), a global network of Certified Legacy Consultants.
Prior to this he launched an oral history project near the Great Smoky Mountains to preserve the history and voices of its elder residents.
Robb Lucy is an author, producer, and connector. He was a journalist with the Canadian Broadcasting Corp before forming his own company, producing mixed media for corporations, governments and educators around the world.
Robb spent 25 years on the local, national, and international boards of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and continues to help develop non-profits in prostate cancer awareness.
Robb is host of the Legacy Café Podcast, a powerful voice for the Living Legacy Project.
Robb knows all of us, at some time in our life, will be asked “How Will You Be Remembered?” He knows that we’ll be remembered by the legacies we create and the stories we share that give us a connection to others, happiness and purpose. And Robb vows to keep creating his until those annoying water buffalo (described in his book) take him away.