Opening his funeral prior to opening officiation with the 11 key notes of Frederic Chopin's Piano Sonata No. 2, Opus 35, or the Funeral March as others prefer to call it. That's how I start funerals, before any officiaton, presentation of patriotic colors, the pledge of allegiance recited, the national anthem or religious hymns sung, prayers or invocation delivered, eulogies given, condolences expressed, etc.
Same thing happened with Captain Girl from Drawn Together and Charlie Harper from Two And A Half Men (that was Charlie Sheen's character on the latter program) at their funerals, it will probably happen with Trayvon Martin at his.
And I hope justice is served for George Zimmerman for Trayvon's shooting death, and when he is locked up, I hope to hear the same eleven notes. The same thing happened with an age-old baseball-team owner named George Beansteiner (from the "Pinky at the Bat" episode of Pinky and the Brain), after being fired from his job, and Angelica from Rugrats for what was probably known as "abuse of the pig". But Zimmerman is another story. I hope what he did to Trayvon is wrong, and I hope his family wants Zimmerman himself to be sentenced to death. And I hope racist justice is served, and I hope Jesse Jackson and the people at the NAACP should be happy about justice for Trayvon and his family, as well as capital punishment for George Zimmerman.