Respectance, a social network for people who have passed away

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respectance.jpgRespectance, a San Francisco company that operates a social network for sharing memories of people who have died, has raised $1.5 million in a first round of funding by Solid Ventures and Big Bang Ventures.

Advertising won’t work for a site like this, so it’s charging $1 for each funeral video downloaded. We reported on this company when it raised its seed round. Screen shot of Tammy Faye’s page after the jump.

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