Man that Sold Ad Space on Urn Has Died
Aaron Jamison–who approached his own terminal cancer with a wry and sometimes morbid sense of joy, starting with his plan to sell ads on his own cremation urn to help defray the costs of his medical bills–passed away last weekend.
His wife Kristin has written an appreciation of her husband that can be read here. Aaron’s blog, in all of its inspirational glory, can still be found here.
He lived well.
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