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Old January 8th, 2012, 16:47
larrylmiller@aol.com larrylmiller@aol.com is offline
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Smile Need advice for obit language for whole body donation

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.
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