Sorry Christine. Have a draft, put on something he liked (music) and celebrate him!
Many thanks, that's the plan. No churchy stuff or formal funeral service thingies, just a dozen or so of us at the graveside for the burial with one allowance - Lee had some sort of 'born again religious thing' going on so we've agreed to let a vicar kinda chap turn up briefly to say a few words but he'll not be hanging around too long. Any arrangements will be kept simple, I have no wish for a parasitic chancer of a funeral director giving me the "The more £1000's you spend, the more you care" line just to milk the family for all the money he can (when's the last time you saw a funeral director ride a bike to work, huh?). The funeral will be about a decent burial, while respecting Lee's wishes, with those who loved and cared for him in attendance.