Contrast Willy's funeral with that of Dave Singleman in Death of a Salesman.
Willy Loman's funeral in Death of a Salesman is small and depressing, especially in comparison to Dave Singleman's. The only people who attend Willy's funeral are his immediate family members and his next-door neighbor Charley. Biff and Happy seem to resent Willy, while Charlie pities him. Linda is even disheartened by the small turnout and wonders why no one showed up. In contrast, hundreds of salesmen and buyers attended Dave Singleman's funeral, which reflects his success and magnetic personality.