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Should we organise a memorial service

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Should we organise a memorial service

Post by stillsloppingout on 09.10.14 10:24

To all forum members . It is always difficult discussing the passing of a family member , or even somebody who was either an associate, or in Brenda's case part of an online community ,an online community in which we are all a part , striving for justice and to right the injustice a role which Brenda fought tirelessly .

Brenda in seeking the truth has paid with her life .

Due to the nature of her passing , and having personal experience of similar circumstances . i expect any funeral service will be at least two weeks hence .
At this time we are also not party as to what Brenda's or Brenda's family's wishes are regarding the service .

Thus would it be [ at there discression ] of the Mod's, to seek out Brenda's family's wishes , and notify ourselves if they are to have a remembrance service , or invited members may be permitted to her actual funeral service .

I also feel we should , also mark her passing with a service , to show unity , and also to show the media we are strong , and are not going away .

With regards to all forum members .

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Re: Should we organise a memorial service

Post by Constablekid on 10.10.14 0:07

Good idea x


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Re: Should we organise a memorial service

Post by Okeydokey on 10.10.14 1:48

@Constablekid wrote:Good idea x

Seconded, as long as the family's wishes prevail.


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Re: Should we organise a memorial service

Post by lj on 10.10.14 2:47

@Okeydokey wrote:
@Constablekid wrote:Good idea x

Seconded, as long as the family's wishes prevail.
I agree with that.

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Re: Should we organise a memorial service

Post by Snifferdog on 10.10.14 7:18

I agree, although I can't be there in person, I will be there in spirit.

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