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Death of a Facebook Friend

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bansidhe:
One of the members of my group found an option we didn't know about previously: https://www.facebook.com/help/contact/305593649477238. We're going to ask the friend who made the post about Paul's death if she wants to request this or if Paul has a family member who'd want to make the request.

If nothing comes of that, then we'll let the friends who posted birthday messages know what's up. I keep thinking if I were in their shoes, I'd want to know.

TootsNYC:

--- Quote from: bansidhe on August 01, 2013, 12:59:20 AM ---One of the members of my group found an option we didn't know about previously: https://www.facebook.com/help/contact/305593649477238. We're going to ask the friend who made the post about Paul's death if she wants to request this or if Paul has a family member who'd want to make the request.

If nothing comes of that, then we'll let the friends who posted birthday messages know what's up. I keep thinking if I were in their shoes, I'd want to know.

--- End quote ---

I am really, really, really hoping nobody does this to my mom's page.

BarensMom:

--- Quote from: bansidhe on August 01, 2013, 12:59:20 AM ---One of the members of my group found an option we didn't know about previously: https://www.facebook.com/help/contact/305593649477238. We're going to ask the friend who made the post about Paul's death if she wants to request this or if Paul has a family member who'd want to make the request.

If nothing comes of that, then we'll let the friends who posted birthday messages know what's up. I keep thinking if I were in their shoes, I'd want to know.

--- End quote ---

I clicked on the link and I like that FB is kind enough to extend their condolences.

ettiquit:
How odd.  I want my FB to be deleted when I die.  But everyone's different.  :D

squeakers:
Memorialized pages have been around for a long time.  One of my son's friends has one and it is touching to read the posts the kids still put up wishing he was with them. Especially when they graduated high school.

I find that sweet.. what I find creepy are the ones that are not Memorialized and game friends are still posting game stuff to the wall. 

My kids and DH know to go on my FB account and let my friends know I am gone.  Then to block all games.  I wouldn't want to have my account deleted because FB has a huge footprint in my life and is part of who I am.  As in.. most people remembering me will mention "she sure loved playing those games!"

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