One of the managers at my work passed away unexpectedly last weekend and her funeral is tomorrow. I'm on the fence about going because I have a million other things that I could/should be doing. I work for a large national agency, with 300 people at my location alone. She was the head manager for my department (about 60 people) with 2 levels of management under her and then people like me-non managers. They are expecting 300-500 people at this funeral, with some expected to travel 100+ miles, because she was so well respected and liked. A lot of the people from my work are going because they started with her 20 years ago before she went through the ranks. I didn't know her that well, although we did have work discussions in the past. So ultimately, I'd be going to support my co-workers and represent my office, but with so many people expected to attend, I wouldn't be missed if I didn't go. WWYD?
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