An economically demanding path, especially for a young 21-year-old who was left with no one on her side. For this reason, mother Sonya wrote that instead of bringing flowers to her funeral, they would make a donation to her daughter. So he asked that his checking account number be placed on the obituary, preceded by a brief explanation: “May your flower be a donation to support his daughter Lisa Campagnolo.”
The 47-year-old woman from Carmignano di Brenta, Padua, died on Monday, after a year-and-a-half fight against a terminal illness. “My mother was a warrior, she wanted to be healed,” said her daughter Lisa, a law student in Padua. And it is precisely the future of her only daughter that became of great concern to Sonya.
The dream of seeing her graduate was shattered by illness, but she wanted Lisa, who was left with no one on her side, to be able to fulfill her desires. Therefore, as a last wish, she asked to be supported in her studies by entering a checking account code.
Lisa, who is in her second year at the University of Padua and is looking for a job, recalls: “We’ve been through a lot together. I wanted her to have a better future than hers. I hope she’ll be proud of me.”