While hundreds of miles apart, local family talks plainly about death
Advance directives, the plans that guide end-of-life care, often encourage casual one-on-one conversations with family members or trusted family friends, long before any forms are signed.
Evansville resident Rebekah Dodd visted WNIN to make a long-distance phone call to her parents, Sandy and Allen, who are currently doing missionary work in Guatemala.
And she brings this interesting perspective, she's a paralegal who helps clients with estate planning.
(Please excuse the sound quality, Guatemala is about 1600 miles away).