On September 28, 2020, Georgia May Adkins of Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, passed away due to a stroke at the age of 93.
Though she will be dearly missed by her friends and family, Adkins left behind a message that ensured she will also be remembered by the rest of the country.
After requesting a church service that follows pandemic-related protocols, Adkins requested a specific line be added to her obituary:
"In lieu of flowers, Georgia preferred that you do not vote for Trump."
I don't even know who Georgia May was, but based on her obituary, she was an amazing woman and I hope she rests in… https://t.co/PD1xXmoaOH— Stacie (@Stacie)1603329540.0
The obituary quickly circulated through social media, where the President's critics seemed eager to fulfill Adkins's last request.
Georgia May for the win. https://t.co/t9KRhAdKx2— Katrina Hagen (@Katrina Hagen)1603377310.0
@HuffPost HA! Even the dead don't want Trump!— Eve ryan (@Eve ryan)1603318139.0
There were many on Twitter who were glad they could offer Adkins's family some consolation.
@HuffPost I will gladly make her request come true.— audrey karadus (@audrey karadus)1603318357.0
@HuffPost A very wise woman. I followed her request . Vote Blue— michaels mom (@michaels mom)1603323055.0
Meanwhile, pretty much everyone agreed the 93-year-old was a next-level cool lady.
@HuffPost That’s cold... like from the grave cold.— Clifton Louis Baradell (@Clifton Louis Baradell)1603321430.0
@HuffPost While I did not ever meet Georgia May Adkins, I will respect her last wishes. Clearly, she wanted to leav… https://t.co/MWXSuxwCSR— Momus (@Momus)1603318144.0
@h8Wankmaggot45 Rest in peace, Georgia May. We will vote for Joe Biden. https://t.co/GeaTtvvnM3— 🌊❄️🆘🏳️🌈 Dexter (@🌊❄️🆘🏳️🌈 Dexter)1603330567.0
People's only regret seemed to be wishing they could have known her while she was still alive.
@h8Wankmaggot45 @Gutsy_kdh I wish I had a chance to have known her. I mean she did hero stuff at the very end, must've been quite a life!— Julie Miss Me With Your BS (@Julie Miss Me With Your BS)1603358437.0
@h8Wankmaggot45 A friend passed away unexpectedly in early September. In his obituary, that was his wish as well.— Gina Pugliese (@Gina Pugliese)1603330638.0
@h8Wankmaggot45 I read an obituary today that said the deceased had hoped to live long enough to see trump get vote… https://t.co/yggP9yWmwK— Coreen Witke (@Coreen Witke)1603332901.0
Georgia May Adkins will leave behind many devoted fans who hope to follow her example!
@h8Wankmaggot45 R.I.P. https://t.co/zvyw2uGe4a— acowan25 (@acowan25)1603330161.0
Using her last message, Adkins wanted to speak up for people who have suffered under the Trump administration.
@HuffPost I don’t know this woman but she is my hero.— Kristy Pierce (@Kristy Pierce)1603329151.0
Adkins, who was previously married to two now-deceased husbands, is survived by "three daughters, a son, two stepdaughters, 17 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild."