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Francenigo, six hundred people and the beloved tractors accompanied Simone on the last trip

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One of the tractors, in the crowd, at Simone Furlan’s funeral

Overflowing church and churchyard, in the hamlet of Gaiarine, for the last farewell to Simone Furlan. The 28-year-old farmer had died on Friday of fulminant leukemia, a few days after the disease was discovered

GAIARINE. Relatives and friends wanted his tractors to be present at Simone Furlan’s funeral. He, who since childhood, was very attached to the land and his work in the fields, would certainly have appreciated. So this afternoon, in addition to a crowd of over six hundred people, between the church and the churchyard, there were also the two agricultural vehicles, parked in front of the sacred building, to accompany Simone on his last journey.

A tragedy, that of the death of the 28-year-old farmer, struck down by fulminant leukemia in less than a week, which the Francenigo community has difficulty accepting. And especially the mother Manuela and the father Giuseppe, the girlfriend Martina, the sister Enrica and grandmother Gemma struggle to accept a tragedy of these proportions, even if composed in their pain.

One of the concelebrants spoke of “a faith that in recent days has risked to waver” in the face of what has happened. Simone Furlan, a former student of Cerletti, had many life plans. With his girlfriend Martina, with his family, with his work, which had engaged him in the harvest until a few days ago.

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