Soni Reducer is preparing to die.

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DISPOSAL
I'd like my body to be left to the nearest medical school given that the medical school agrees to return my ashes to my family once they have cremated my remains. If the medical school in question is not currently accepting bodies I'd like my remains to be cremated.

COFFIN
Unless a box is needed to hold my body during cremation I find a coffin to be an unnecessary expense to my survivors. In the case that it is necessary please choose the least expensive, most environmentally friendly container available (fiberboard or plywood, something like that). If any of my survivors have carpentry skills I would prefer they build the box themselves rather than purchase one from a funeral home. My ahes, prior to scattering, can be kept in whatever is handy as long as it is not plastic (ceramic is preferable, wood, cardboard, metal, are all fine).

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GUESTS
Close family and close friends only are invited to a committal service that is to take place either immediately before cremation or immediately before donation of my body to a medical school. The memorial service that is to follow should be open to all. It may even be appropriate to hold two different memorial services- one in Michigan and one in New Mexico.

MUSIC
I'd like the mourners together to sing the Joey Ramone version (only the Joey Ramone version) of "wonderful world". Friends and family are asked to bring a song that they feel is appropriate. Songs brought by friends will be compiled onto one disc, which should be copied and made available to all friends present. Songs brought by family will be compiled onto another disc, which should be copied and made available to all family. I encourage the many talented musicians who have been an important part of my life to perform at my memorial service. Any type of musical performance will be welcome, from classical to punk to grindcore to baroque. *Nobody* who knew me and chooses to perform at my funeral should be asked to "turn it down" or discouraged in any way from performing the piece they feel is appropriate. Many different people knew me in many different ways and all should feel welcome to express their goodbyes through whatever music they feel would say it best.

READINGS
All participants will be welcome to bring readings they feel are appropriate and present them, along with stories or memories of me and my life. All participants should be welcome to speak as long as they'd like, with silence after each speaker. Everybody who wishes to speak should be allowed to do so for as long as they feel is necessary and allowed to say whatever they want (even if it's negative).

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