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Old 04-25-2007, 08:38 AM   #21
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Would it be okay to ask how much has been raised so far? I think that would help in letting people know how much more needs to be done. I mean I donated already, but would have no problems doing so again if I knew more needed to be done.


Of coarse it is ok. As of right now we have 512.68. But out of that I plan on keeping some set aside for Lydia and for Jordan for flowers for them. Last night we were at 403. so to everyone that donated last night thank you so much. I am hoping by the end of the day to be able to get a card for his family and hopefully at least 500 depending on how many more people donate. I think that will be extremely helpful to them and should help cover quite a bit.
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Old 04-25-2007, 10:34 AM   #22
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The 50k from his insurance policy wasn't enough?
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Old 04-25-2007, 10:44 AM   #23
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The 50k from his insurance policy wasn't enough?
kind of wonderin too...but I know it takes a lil while to receive anything from the Insurance co. so you're basically out of pocket until then.
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Old 04-25-2007, 10:47 AM   #24
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The 50k from his insurance policy wasn't enough?
dude...given the fact that you can't read the tone in your voice there...i read that as a little harsh and cold.

i'm hoping it was innocent but man. if someone close to me passed and someone said something like that i think i would feel offended and possibly get defensive.

i didn't know roger....at all....but people in my family have died and i know any help we may have received was MORE than appreciated.
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It is a question of my personal interest and for the members of the board. Roger obviously thought ahead and purchased a life insurance policy so others would not have to spare the expense for his actions. Grow Up!

Is 50k not enough to cover the expenses of an accidental motorcycle death? (Is that better?) I certainly want my policy to cover any costs incurred from an unfortunate event in my life.
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dude...given the fact that you can't read the tone in your voice there...i read that as a little harsh and cold.

i'm hoping it was innocent but man. if someone close to me passed and someone said something like that i think i would feel offended and possibly get defensive.

i didn't know roger....at all....but people in my family have died and i know any help we may have received was MORE than appreciated.
based on my knowledge of Mr. Moody, there is no need to get upset, in his defense its nothing negative in his meaning of the QUESTION.

As someone stated above, it does take longer to collect on the ins. than to lay the departed for their final resting place.
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based on my knowledge of Mr. Moody, there is no need to get upset, in his defense its nothing negative in his meaning of the QUESTION.

As someone stated above, it does take longer to collect on the ins. than to lay the departed for their final resting place.
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I thought there was usually an immediate pay out of a lesser sum to cover initial expenses. Then a full payment of the remaining balance for the policy was paid at a later time. I do believe this is how my great grandfathers policy was handled but I am guessing that it may be different for each insurance company or policy?

Thisis certainly a critical thing to understand when considering a policy or reviewing your current one.
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To be blunt... a burial plot itself can cost several thousand dollers...
Funeral Services and everything involved can add/stack up... and that's just short term.
(Example, 500-1000$ JUST to dig the grave).

....think of a 2 car family, if both cars are being financed. In many cases the home is being financed also. Loss of income... etc
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Thisis certainly a critical thing to understand when considering a policy or reviewing your current one.
Jason, considering how dangerous riding and racing bikes can be I'd pay a few dollars more per month and get the maximum coverage offered.
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in the case of funerals, they do charge for everything that they do,

carrying flowers from funeral home to gravesite, carrying casket and body from FH to GS, absolutely everything they do is chargeable, trust me My best friend just went thru this with his mother and i was right in the middle of it helping him out with all the details.
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Jason, considering how dangerous riding and racing bikes can be I'd pay a few dollars more per month and get the maximum coverage offered.
Got it covered but this payout stuff is a concern.
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Grow Up!

lol, take some of your own advice buddy. it was an opinion, nothing more. don't get all bent out of shape because someone questioned your intent. and certainly don't think yourself to be in any sort of position to give me any advice or admonishings.
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lol, take some of your own advice buddy. it was an opinion, nothing more. don't get all bent out of shape because someone questioned your intent. and certainly don't think yourself to be in any sort of position to give me any advice or admonishings.
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I know everyone has there own opinion of this and what all has happened but can we please be polite.
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Pride before the fall.
Negative. No pride involved. I wonder what your next little belittling comment will be?
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Certainly I will help with what I can. Cant always cover the unexpected tragedy. My donation will be in before tonite.

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Negative. No pride involved. I wonder what your next little belittling comment will be?
Sorry I hurt your feelings. Does this help?
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+231864843218461 Thanks alot for getting all this set up!
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