My father-in-law who will be 78 next month had a massive heart attack Friday. Among other things he has multiple systems failing. His Bride of 48 years is having trouble with it, as you might imagine. My husband wants to take our children to the funeral when the time comes. I'm worried they are 4 and 6 and I'd like them to remember Papou (greek for grandfather) just the way he is. As you all understand it is a tough time, and exactly what to do can be difficult at best.
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