This is an American undertaker, poet, and essay writer.
Prominently featured in the book, this person founded a Michigan funeral home that became a family tradition.
This is a person of deep faith who viewed her approaching death as an opportunity for redemptive suffering.
Tommy and Nora Lynch
These are Irish cousins from County Clare.
This poet endured a painful divorce and long period of mourning.
This poet is a hypochondriac with an intense awareness of the reality of death.
This person was responsible for leading the charge to rebuild the Oak Grove Bridge.
Thomas Lynch's Children
The undertaker's sharp awareness of death caused him to be overly concerned about these people.
This person started a suicide clean-up service.
Known as Dr. Death, this person advocated physician-assisted suicide.
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