OK SINCE YOU CHOOSE TO READ BUT NOT HEAR THE WORDS YOU'RE READING. IT CLEARLY READS IT WAS DAVID'S WISH TO BE CREMATED. IF YOU CHOOSE TO PUT SOMEONE TO REST IN A WAY THEY DO NOT WISH THEN THAT IS ON YOU!! IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH MONEY AND EVERYTHING TO DO WITH RESPECT. MOST DO NOT GO THERE TO MOURN THEIR LOSS. BUT I WOULD NEVER ASK A FAMILY TO MAKE A STRANGER HAPPY. NOT YOUR LOSS NOT YOUR FAMILY. YOU SEEM JUST HEARTLESS. MAYBE A DAY IN THE SUN WILL MELT YOUR HEART OF ICE. BEFORE YOU GET ALL HIGH AND MIGHTY, READ YOUR POSTS AND THEN LOOK IN THE MIRROR. MAYBE YOU WILL SEE THE CHANGES YOU NEED TO MAKE. PRAYERS TO THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS AND I PRAY YOU NEVER SEE THIS THREAD.
My point was that David's friends should have a better place to grieve that a sidewalk near an entrance to a business. Perhaps the family should consider planting a tree in a park near his home, or at his school. What if this happened at a center divider on the freeway? Would it be appropriate for his friends to gather there? No, of course not. It is time for them to move past the awful horrible burned crash site where he died, and focus on the positive happy memories of him at a more pleasant location.
It doesn't matter if David was cremated or buried somewhere. They need to take down that mess and move on to something more positive and respectful.