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Old January 11th, 2012, 08:24
cljm cljm is offline
Join Date: Oct 2011
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I'm an optimistic 71 year old male who was diagnosed with a potentially life threatening illness last October. I'm having a procedure on January 10 that could cause my premature death. I have decided to donate my whole body to science. The service will send my spouse creamated returns at a future date.

What is appropriate language for obituary where a person has elected whole body donation followed by a cremation. There may be a family gathering at a future date but no visitation, funderal, memorial, grave side service is planned.

Since you have the forethought and desire to write your own obituary, you can say whatever you want to say; an explanation of what your purpose and plan is, or not. It just depends on how much information you decide you want to provide.

My best to you on your upcoming procedure.

Last edited by cljm : January 11th, 2012 at 09:41.
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