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."
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 (She/Her) (@Katrina Hagen (She/Her))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— Duchess Riley (@Duchess Riley)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
@HuffPost Legend in life and a legend in death. RIP Georgia May Adkins— stitch_cult (@stitch_cult)1603318279.0
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."