JW Obituaries - Zoom funerals

Watchman

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I happened upon an obituary of a JW, named Kevin Tuthill. It is said he passed away after a brief illness. He was only 65. It is not uncommon to omit the specific illness; however, given the fact that the Governing Body has presumed to mandate vaccination with the most deadly vaccines ever produced, resulting already in more deaths in the past few months than has occurred from all the vaccines ever administered in the past 90 years, we have to wonder if brother Tuthill had an adverse reaction. Jehovah knows. Death is saddening. What is sadder still is that JW's are taking this lockdown farce to absurdity. The funeral for Kevin Tuthill was conducted over Zoom. What a disgrace.

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Sarah

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It seems any recent JW funeral are on zoom now. Many witnesses are opting for the direct cremation option, where there is no service and having a memorial service. This would of been at the KH previously but as they are shut it’s a zoom memorial service so impersonal and unattached
 

Asadour

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he looks so healthy and full of life in this photo. Jehovah will remember him in the resurrection, right? Poor guy, died way too soon. It’s awful that we assume folks pass away from these injections- but they’re so damaging to the immune system, he could have had one of any “short illness” providing cover for them (injections).
 

TheJehuChariot

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I happened upon an obituary of a JW, named Kevin Tuthill. It is said he passed away after a brief illness. He was only 65. It is not uncommon to omit the specific illness; however, given the fact that the Governing Body has presumed to mandate vaccination with the most deadly vaccines ever produced, resulting already in more deaths in the past few months than has occurred from all the vaccines ever administered in the past 90 years, we have to wonder if brother Tuthill had an adverse reaction. Jehovah knows. Death is saddening. What is sadder still is that JW's are taking this lockdown farce to absurdity. The funeral for Kevin Tuthill was conducted over Zoom. What a disgrace.

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Robert, I'm perceiving based on dear brother Kevin's facial hair extending and descending approximately 1.25" inches below his approved lower lip line (excerpt from WT facial fuzz guidelines manual 2022), that this triggered the "anti Rutherford" beard hot line to Bethel. He very likely may have been an anti vaxxer and was taken out by new Bethel nano bots to suppress any uprising. No worries, Kevin is alive and well in the memory of a Beautiful God.
 

BagdadBill

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Robert, I'm perceiving based on dear brother Kevin's facial hair extending and descending approximately 1.25" inches below his approved lower lip line (excerpt from WT facial fuzz guidelines manual 2022), that this triggered the "anti Rutherford" beard hot line to Bethel. He very likely may have been an anti vaxxer and was taken out by new Bethel nano bots to suppress any uprising. No worries, Kevin is alive and well in the memory of a Beautiful God.
I hear you on the mustache length but I live in Arizona and it isn't unheard of for a brother(including elders) to wear a handlebar mustache. They may not like it back east but in Arizona it is the manly style. I look like a punk with anything else but a long mustache.
 

BagdadBill

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I happened upon an obituary of a JW, named Kevin Tuthill. It is said he passed away after a brief illness. He was only 65. It is not uncommon to omit the specific illness; however, given the fact that the Governing Body has presumed to mandate vaccination with the most deadly vaccines ever produced, resulting already in more deaths in the past few months than has occurred from all the vaccines ever administered in the past 90 years, we have to wonder if brother Tuthill had an adverse reaction. Jehovah knows. Death is saddening. What is sadder still is that JW's are taking this lockdown farce to absurdity. The funeral for Kevin Tuthill was conducted over Zoom. What a disgrace.

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I am recalling a funeral (in England?) where the church bouncer threatened the son when his mother broke down and he moved his chair next to her to comfort her, as Almighty God commands us. He obeyed. I would have cleaned his clock with the folding chair. God as my witness I will not abide the idea of disrespecting our dead.
 

Sarah

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I am recalling a funeral (in England?) where the church bouncer threatened the son when his mother broke down and he moved his chair next to her to comfort her, as Almighty God commands us. He obeyed. I would have cleaned his clock with the folding chair. God as my witness I will not abide the idea of disrespecting our dead.
Yes it was all socially distant and the sons moved their chairs to comfort their mum, they were told to move away, because of covid. The breakfast tv covered it and it caused quite a stir
 

BibleStudent

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Of the three funerals that I know of in our congregation, all were conducted on Zoom. That's the way they are being done now. The cause of death for one sister was not disclosed and I was told I'd need to contact her family for that information, as it was not allowed for private medical information to be released. She was fairly new in the truth and I didn't know her family who were not witnesses and live out of the state.

Baptisms can't be done entirely on Zoom, as the Baptism candidate must be dipped in the water by a brother, so these have been done in a pool in private homes with a few attending in person with masks and social distancing. One baptism was of an unvaccinated person so they couldn't require all to be vaccinated, but at first it was announced that it was required to attend the baptism. That was before the updates endorsing the vaccines came out.
 
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Asadour

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Of the two funerals that I know of in our congregation, both were conducted on Zoom. That's the way they are being done now. The cause of death for one sister was not disclosed and I was told I'd need to contact her family for that information, as it was not allowed for private medical information to be released. Her family were not witnesses and live out of the state.

Baptisms can't be done entirely on Zoom, as the Baptism candidate must be dipped in the water by a brother, so these have been done in a pool in private homes with a few attending in person with masks and social distancing. One baptism was of an unvaccinated person so they couldn't require all to be vaccinated, but at first that was required. That was before the updates endorsing the vaccines came out.
How can they possibly conduct a world wide religion in such a way? it’s implausible. Could this be the impractical, illogical and unsound direction coming out of the Bethel Hdqts. think tank?
 

BibleStudent

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Brenda S. Wade passed away Nov. 14, 2021, Jehovah's Witness, age 67, Zoom Funeral Service
 
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Asadour

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Brenda S. Wade passed away Nov. 14, 2021, Jehovah's Witness, age 67, Zoom Funeral Service
wow. just wow.
 

Asadour

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i just counted nine deaths in my local paper obit section for Lake Oswego, OR that were under 35 and described as having “passed away suddenly”. Nine.

 
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