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There are so many ways to memorialize the dearly departed soon after they pass on. Some families get flowers, others ask for donations to a special charity. One Pittsburgh man, Jeffrey H. Cohen, had just one request: just please don't vote for Donald Trump.

Cohen's obituary was published in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette yesterday, after he passed away over the weekend "at age 70 in the Squirrel Hill home where he was raised."

"Jeffrey would ask that in lieu of flowers, please do not vote for Donald Trump," the obituary reads, after telling a tale of a full life that included being an adjunct assistant professor at the New York Chiropractic College and establishing a pain relief research foundation.

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This isn't the first time Trump's name has come up in an obituary: a few weeks ago Virginia man Earnest Maynard Jr.'s obituary included the request, "please vote for Donald Trump."