When my DH passed away it was about the time when "Bucket List" was rather famous. We wrote such a list of the things my DH would have loved to have shared with his friends and family. He had many things he loved on this list. "Learn how to sail and sail where you can take off all your clothes" was one. He taught himself to sail and is one of the few who can say they sailed in the arctic. He also sailed where it was warm enough and isolated enough to go and leave the clothes below. Years later my DN asked for a copy of that list as he really wanted to do some of the things my DH did.
Also included in the list were things that were important to him, like to donate toys at Christmas, help make a holiday special for an older person, and not to worry about remembering how long he had been married. He taught many men to say the best phrase, "Not long enough".
I hope everyone has that special person in their lives who deserves an obit or remembrance that clearly says that they were loved and special to those who knew them. Perhaps equally important; to be that person who deserves such a send off.