Bri Edwards


Instructions For Doctors And Next Of Kin At My Death (Some Guidelines) ...... [Personal; in 7 short sextions; 2006]


Section The First: At my death some restrictions apply:

If in Monroe County when I die
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almost 8 years since i wrote these tips for my disposal,............and i'm still kicking! unfortunately i have moved (twice) and have no 'nearby' med(ical) school to donate my body to for research, practice, etc. i also have ceased to call myself a 'body parts donor' as i would like to have control over who (or what!) gets my parts. it just wouldn't seem right if some loverboy/'don juan' got one of my parts and told all his ladies that it was REALLY his! ! what do YOU think about that? :)
until life insurance premiums become prohibitive, i have several policies from which most of the benefits should go to non-profit organizations i support.

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(February 17,2006; edited 2013)

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