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hen Davo was a boy growing up in Rotorua, New Zealand, he always wanted to have his own Go Kart.
But his childhood dream of zipping around a track in his miniature racing car, and maybe one day becoming a world-famous Formula 1 driver, was never realized.
Bruce Mc Pike, 86, or “Bruce the Builder,” is here.
He is one of the handful of retired construction workers, joiners and handymen who decided to volunteer at the club and help others build their coffins.
One man even put a pocket on the side of his casket for his wallet; he wanted to prove “you can take it with you.” Since its first meeting, the Coffin Club has helped hundreds craft their own caskets.“It’s certainly made me more empathetic to the beginning of life and the end of life,” she says of her work.Living in geothermally active Rotorua – a provincial lakeside town that’s a three-hour drive from Auckland, the most populous city in the country – might have had a little something to do with it as well.They’re armed with the practical skills to make the basic coffin boxes and ensure they meet legal standards.Two volunteers are carefully lining the inside of a coffin.