Legacy of Lives, was recently featured in the Church Times, highlighting praise from Canon Simon Robinson, Dean of Truro Cathedral, for Kris Hallenga's living funeral. Kris, who has lived with terminal cancer for fourteen years, organized a unique ceremony to celebrate her life alongside her loved ones. The highlight of the event was the heartfelt eulogy delivered by Dawn French, reprising her role as Geraldine Granger from Vicar of Dibley.
Dawn French, a close friend of Kris Hallenga, paid her respects by delivering a touching eulogy as Geraldine Granger. Dawn's participation in Kris's living funeral was described as a privilege and a joy, contributing to an extraordinary celebration of life.
Kris Hallenga's living funeral left a lasting impact on the Dean, highlighting the importance of embracing life and cherishing loved ones, with the serious message of the fact that we would all die at it's core. Kris recommended exploring the concept of living funerals and discussing funeral wishes openly. Legacy of Lives is ready to assist individuals in documenting and fulfilling their funeral wishes.