E-Mail Condolences Become Funeral Trend

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Thread: E-Mail Condolences Become Funeral Trend

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2003

    E-Mail Condolences Become Funeral Trend

    When Joe and Jessie McGee's 7-year-old son died of complications from a heart attack this year, they received e-mails recalling his cheerfulness and courage in the face of lifelong medical problems.
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  2. #2
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    Join Date
    May 2003
    definately uncool if that's ALL that people are doing... I mean, it IS the thought that counts, but how easy and impersonal is it to write an email? take a little time out of your day to write a letter, make a phone call, or stop by and actually talk with them.

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    Feb 2003
    I live in Philadelphia this is the first time i heard of that type of service. I know the Philadelphia Daily newspaper does something like that, But it a death notices and guessbook not emails it stays on the web for 30 days then for a fee you can have it extended this type of service is very nice b/c you here from some of your family that live in differents states that can't make it to the viewing

    here is the link

    I had to google 'jfgi' to see what it meant. The irony is overwhelming.

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