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Tending to a president's funeral would certainly be an honor for a mortuary.
My great-uncle was a mortician. He definitely didn't fit the stereotype of the cadaverous (pun not intended) fellow in a dark suit with slick black hair. He was a gregarious, slightly round fellow who wanted to help people through the most difficult time in their lives. He was just 64 years old when he died from prostate cancer. He had a house by a lake and it was pleasant to watch the sunset there.
An important job. Your Great Uncle sounds like a great fit. To often here they are slick salespeople.ReplyDelete
Oops. I misread. Great Uncle of not, it IS an important job.ReplyDelete