Everyone should be able to let their loved ones know what they want for their funeral.
Usually, at the time of someone’s death, the survivors are left to plan the funeral and make decisions they really shouldn’t be making while grieving.
And what about you? Don’t you want your funeral to reflect what you would have wanted and the way you lived?
MyWonderfulLife.com was created to fill that void we both felt existed.
This became clear to us in 2006 when Nancy’s husband, John, died of cancer at 52 years old.
Although he was sick for almost a year, it was hard for him to let his family know what he wanted, because he felt by “going there” he would be giving up.
We felt a website like MyWonderfulLife.com would have made it easier for him to express his personal wishes, and to leave letters and memories for his family left behind.
Sue’s advertising agency, Kruskopf Coontz, created MyWonderfulLife.com. It’s a place where you can leave your wishes for your funeral along with any other important information your family will need to know. Your funeral could be at a church or at your favorite bar.
You could have your ashes scattered over the ocean, or at your cabin. Whatever your wishes may be, you’ll be able to preserve them
here, and pass them onto your loved ones.