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Podcast: Until the Very End, This Cancer Patient Created Jewelry Memories for Her Family

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IN THE LATEST EPISODE of Over the Counter, host Kyle Bullock tells the story of one of the most memorable custom-design sales of Sandra Locken of Sarini Fine Jewellery in Vulcan, Alberta, Canada.

In the heartbreakingly beautiful tale, Sandra is assigned a rush job for a woman dying of terminal cancer, whose passion in her final days (and even her final minutes) is creating jewelry memories for her family.

Kyle concludes: “Remember that what we do in the jewelry business goes far beyond little hunks of metal. We are invited to share in the expression of people’s hearts and souls in a very real, very emotional, and very honest way.”

Enjoy the story. (And have those tissues ready.)

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Kyle Bullock is a fourth-generation jeweler who manages Bullock's Jewelry in Roswell, NM. He is also a best selling author, speaker and performer, and small business coach. To contact him, email him at [email protected].

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