My late best friend’s daughter stopped me from doing my eulogy at her funeral

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My late best friend’s daughter stopped me from doing my eulogy at her funeral

DEAR DEIDRE: THE daughter of my best friend told me her mum was terrified of me. I’d been close with her mother for 20 years. My late best f

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DEAR DEIDRE: THE daughter of my best friend told me her mum was terrified of me.

I’d been close with her mother for 20 years.

My late best friend’s daughter stopped me from doing my eulogy at her funeral

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We used to work together and her daughter could never understand our relationship. I think she was jealous.

My friend was 68 when she died and I am 50. Her daughter is 45 and never had a good relationship with her mother.

I saw my friend every day after she was diagnosed with cancer. Her daughter visited twice.

My friend’s wish was that I’d do a reading at her funeral and she also wanted me to have some of the ornaments she collected.

But the daughter took over and I wasn’t allowed to do a eulogy at the funeral.

We had words at the wake when her daughter told me that her mother was scared of me.

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I said, “At least you’ve got what you wanted”, meaning her mother’s house. She threw me out.

Now I’m wondering if I’ll get those ornaments.


DEIDRE SAYS: If you were left them in her will, then you have a right to receive them.

You can get a copy of her will through the probate service (gov.uk/search-will-probate) and you may need to contact her solicitor.

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This fallout will be so upsetting on top of losing your friend. You and your friend were there for one another, so why would she have been scared of you?

You’ll find free bereavement counselling through Sue Ryder (sueryder.org, 0808 164 4572).

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