Everyone agonizes the loss of a loved one in their own practice, and for Jean Lahm, humor provide proof the best drug — something she learned from her late, beloved father.
Lahm recently had to say goodbye to 71 -year-old Terry Ward, who died of a apoplexy on January 23. He’s croaked , now, but his funny spirit will live on in the rememberings of those luck enough to know him — and even those who’ve never satisfied him, thanks to the exhilarating obituary writes to his daughter.
Ward “was all about representing people laugh, ” Lahm, who works at Geisen Funeral Homes in Indiana, told Today. “He only had this quaint, droll sense of humor and we all got it from him. The household was built on who could get the best laugh.” That’s why Lahm’s account of her father’s life couldn’t be more fitting.
In the obituary, Lahm writes that Ward leaves “behind 32 receptacles of Miracle Whip, 17 cartons of Hamburger Helper and concourses of other random pieces that would support supportive in the event of a zombie apocalypse.”
Of the “many, many things” he enjoyed, Lahm lists “hunting, angling, golfing, snorkeling, ABBA, hiking Turkey Run, chopping lumber, photographing guns, Bed Bath& Beyond, starlight plenties, cold brew, free brew, The History Channel, CCR, battle movies, examining who shapes best available pizza, The Chicago White Sox, old Buicks, and above all, his family.”
Ward, who “couldn’t pass a damn about most material things” and “had zero working knowledge of the Kardashians, ” also “despised ‘uppity foods’ like hummus, which his family lovingly announced ‘bean dip’ for his benefit, which he desired consequently.”
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