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Question #41414 posted on 12/11/2007 3:01 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

If someone who was baptized but not endowed dies, does werf's family still have to wait a year to do werf's endowment (there's probably a better word than "do" that I should have used)? I'm thinking of, for example, an 18 year old single girl who would have had no reason to receive her endowment before she died. I'm just asking out of idle curiosity; I don't actually know anyone in this situation.

- Lisa S. - no, wait, that's too obvious, let's call her L. Simpson

A: Dear Daughter of Homer,

Yes, werf's family would need to wait a year no matter what the circumstances; even if werf was about to receive werf's endowment for one reason or another, the year-long waiting period stands.

~Hermia