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Old 01-03-2014, 03:45 PM   #15
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You sir, are a gentlemen. She is lucky to have you in her family.

Bless you Powerbotr.

It'll all work out the way it will work out and then it will be behind you.

Best of luck.


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Old 01-03-2014, 04:14 PM   #16
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As a retired EMS I recommend you call 911 and let them do their thing. Yes, have the DNR papers to show to the responders. It will probably save some hassell and cost.

As a semi retired Ohio funeral director, my advice to all in the circumstance of death away from home is (when the pronouncement is made) to call your local funeral director. You only make one phone call. He does all the rest. He knows who to call and how to deal with the arrangements.


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Old 01-03-2014, 04:30 PM   #17
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When my older and only brother died 5 years ago-he was 55 at the time-and as I was the last living relative in the family I went out to Calif to close out his apartment, had him cremated and then loaded up his car (1980 Dodge Colt) with things I wanted to remember him with and the put the box of his ashes on the front seat and drove home to New Hampshire-had a nice long talk with him all the way home even though it was a bit one sided.
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we have been prepared (paper work wise) for her passing for some time
but we never ever thought she wanted to go to florida with us this summer.
now we are armed with more knowledge.
the place she lives will call us, lock out the apartment and give us 30 days to remove her effects
this is if she decides to move on while she is at home.

i know and have no doubt in her mindset she will make it there, if she does not let go before then.
but coming home I imagine she will have reached her goal and
then could go
I have asked her to not do that as it screw me up and she needs to hang on at least till we are back and have the pictures developed maybe wear out the T shirt I buy her.

I am lucky as my MIL is actually not bad of a person, pretty much always treated me very nice.

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