Letter: A misconception of the truth by Elaine Boanshick
There has been a misconception that needs to be cleared up immediately! I heard it has been said that my nephews have come in to my home and “cleaned me out.” I want to make this specifically clear that this is totally untrue.
Each of my personal treasures, properties and belongings that I have are mine to give to whomever I chose, and were assigned and decided by me in the year 2003 when I created my trust. These items to be given to family, friends and loved ones are at my discretion. It has taken me all my life to accumulate, purchase, treasure and use the things I hold dear to my heart, and it is only my business to whom I shall decide to give them.
If I chose to crush up my things at the edges of the lakeside and kick then into the lake, then it is mine to do.
So, while I prepare to depart from this life, I want it known to all that every piece of material and personal property that I have and am choosing to give away is legally documented, written and bonded in my trust.
Elaine Boanshick, Rhinelander