When James Inman died from complications of Parkinson's disease, his family knew just what to do. The World War II veteran had picked out his coffin and the plaque for his gravesite, and had determined that the U.S. flag would be draped, not folded, over his casket.
Those weren't the only gifts the Massachusetts man gave his family; he had also made his medical wishes very clear.
"He completely unburdened us and took all of that off of our plate," said son-in law-Jim Desrosiers. "It was one...Full Story