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Raku Fire stoneware urn

Local entrepreneurs launch startup for personalized funeral urns

Penn State Lehigh Valley's Lehigh Valley LaunchBox hosted Meet & Greet event for area entrepreneurs.
Erin and Matt Heintzelman

Erin and Matt Heintzelman

Twins Erin and Matt Heintzelman, who's family owns Heintzelman Funeral Home Inc., are partnering with Lehigh Valley Arts Council on Eternally Art, a Lehigh Valley LaunchBox grant recipient.

Crowd at the Lehigh Valley LaunchBox Meet and Greet

More than 100 people came to Lehigh Valley LaunchBox Meet and Greet event

More than 100 people came to the Lehigh Valley LaunchBox Meet and Greet event to learn more about Eternally Art and to meet the region's emerging entrepreneurs.

Deborah Slahta's raku fired stoneware

Eternally Art Raku fired stoneware

Artist Deborah Slahta's raku fired stoneware urn was one of the pieces from the Lehigh Valley Arts Council on display in the Ronald K. De Long Gallery on Nov. 15 during the Lehigh Valley LaunchBox Meet and Greet event featuring Eternally Art.

Oil on Board urn

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Artist Dana Van Horn's oil on board was one of the urns featured in the Ronald K. De Long Gallery during the Lehigh Valley LaunchBox Meet and Greet event on Nov. 15 featuring the grant recipient Eternally Art.

Eternally Art

This video featuring Eternally Art was originally screened at the Lehigh Valley LaunchBox Meet and Greet event on Nov. 15.