When Eileen Isenberg thinks about her own funeral, she has a very clear picture in her mind.
"First I want 20 minutes of sad," she said, to allow people to remember her, with the second movement of Mozart's 21st Piano Concerto playing in the background.
"Then I want people to...
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August 7, 2008 | 1:37 am