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Hadit Podcast, Thursday November 16, 2017 at 7:00pm est.

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Hadit.com'sm own Berta Simmons will be our guest speaker. Berta is a widow and was married to Rod Simmons. Berta had to go to court over Rods death. Berta has been a strong vets advocate for years. She is one amazing Lady. She will discuss something that is very uncomfortable for veterans to cope with but it must be done. What spouses have to do when a veteran passes away? What forms are needed, and when to prepare.

Join Jerrel Cook, Berta and Myself as we bring you this episode dedicated to our deceased veterans.

To call in, dial 347 237 4819.

To listen: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/haditcom/2017/11/17/hadit-podcast-special-show-end-of-life-show

 

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I hope many will listen and even call in, if they wish-

347-237-4819 We have done this type of show many times over the years and it really is not depressing at all

and has some good info for your family members as well as for all of you who are interesting in compiling a 'Death File "------ which has given me great peace of mind to do myself.

 VA Watchdog ,Jim Strickland years ago told me he had practically written a book for his wife on all things she would need to know when he expires.

Some of the stuff he mentioned in it was funny and he also liked the fact that I had photos in my death file not only of how I connect about 200 feet of hose every spring to go both to the garden and then also down my slope  to where I wash my car, but alsoI have a photo of exactly where my rural septic system tank lid is. They are supposed to be cleaned out every 5 years. 

So death files can get very creative but we will go over the basics tonight !

 

 

 

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