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It will make it easier to do her hair, since the perm is in place. The funeral home or mortuary service will mess her hair up when they bathe and set her.

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GypsyRover-- even if she is cremated, the family might choose to do an identification viewing. So, the funeral home would still have to make her look presentable.

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@GypsyRover - if the woman was Catholic, she wouldn't be cremated until after the wake and funeral mass. So, you could be wrong too.

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At my grandfathers funeral we had a veiwing the day before the actual funeral and he was cremated.

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I find it amusing when people decide a comment sucks, and then decide to post their own shitty comment by saying "your comment sucks" or enlightening the FML community on their up vote/down vote thought process.

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She died doing something she (I presume) liked, quietly and (probably again and as OP suggests) not in excruciating pain. That's a blessing in my books, and probably for you too, to have witnessed this closure of the circle of life in her. Now, on a rather petty matter, did you find difficulty making next-of-kin pay for your services?

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I don't think that a client dying is something that's going to make OP feel good. Even if she did pass away in a peaceful manner.

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Maybe not feel good, but there is a sense of knowing you were involved in making someone's last living act a pleasant one.

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