Never Say Die; Just Say "Renew!"
Hmmm. It may be a smidge too late. Mom died in June 2003.
When Dad died about 11 months before Mom, I sent AARP a letter notifying them of his death and cancelling his supplemental medical insurance. After Mom died, I sent an identically worded letter.
Evidently AARP thinks its benefits are so good, they're worth paying for even after death. I plan on sending the unopened solicitation envelope back to AARP (yeah, I know, a waste of postage...) with my own comment affixed. It will read, "Died in 2003. Still think it's not too late to renew? Do you give a post-mortem discount?"
Mom and Dad would be laughing.