(FOX NEWS) - A Massachusetts man's last request to friends and family was that they not cast their vote for likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in November.
62-year-old Carl Crocetti passed away on Sunday following a decline in health over the past year.
His memorial page reads: "In lieu of flowers, Carl requests not to vote for Hillary Clinton."
Carl's son, Carlo, said that his father was a larger-than-life presence who was passionate about the presidential election.
“What I will say is, he wants to make American great again,” Carlo told a CBS affiliate.
Carl's request follows a trend this election season of people trying to sway loved ones from beyond the grave.
In January, the obituary of a 65-year-old Virginia man who lost his battle with cancer encouraged loved ones to vote for Donald Trump, prompting the billionaire to tweet his thanks.