My Funeral Plans
To my dearest friends and family,
If you are reading this letter, I have passed on to the God I have always prayed to. Please do not mourn my death, but celebrate my life. Even though I have now moved on, I was able to enjoy each day of my life as if it were miracle. I look down upon you all with abundant love and much appreciation for such a wonderful life. Below are my wishes for how my life is to be celebrated.
First thing to consider is my desire to be an organ donor. I feel very strongly about donating the use of my viable organs in an effort to help another person and their family. Please do all possible to make this happen. While on this Earth, I was very grateful to have a healthy body. However, my organs are of no more use to me. As the executor of my will, I trust that Kyle Lunsford will see this wish to be carried out.
I am displeased with the idea of being in a vault or casket underground for the rest of eternity. Therefore, I wish to be cremated with a simple but elegant urn, costing anywhere between $95 and $2,560, would be appreciated. I have pre-arranged which funeral home I would like my memorial service and cremation to be held at. I have chosen the Hunter funeral home in Alpena, Michigan. At this funeral home, the crematory fee is $300. Upon completion, I wish to have a semi-formal memorial service displaying the urn.
The memorial service will be held at the funeral home in the evening, thirteen days after I have passed on. During the service, I wish to have white and purple lilies distributed around the altar and room. Seek the services of Sunrise flower shop in Alpena, Michigan. I have always felt that they have the most beautiful flowers there. I want the music to reflect who I was and how I lived my life. Therefore, I wish to have the music of Michael Bublé and Josh Groban playing throughout the service. I leave it to the responsibility of my...
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