Everyone grieves the loss of an enjoyed one in their own method, and for Jean Lahm, humor showed to be the very best medication– something she gained from her late, precious father.
Lahm just recently needed to bid farewell to 71- year-old Terry Ward, who passed away of a stroke on January23 He’s gone, now, however his funny spirit will reside on in the memories of those fortunate sufficient to understand him– as well as those who have actually never ever satisfied him, thanks to the funny obituary composed by his child.
Ward”was all about making people laugh,” Lahm, who operates at Geisen Funeral Homes in Indiana, informedToday “He just had this quirky, witty 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 could not be more fitting.
In the obituary, Lahm writes that Ward leaves “behind 32 jars of Miracle Whip, 17 boxes of Hamburger Helper and multitudes of other random items that would prove helpful in the event of a zombie apocalypse.”
Of the “many, many things” he delighted in, Lahm lists “hunting, fishing, golfing, snorkeling, ABBA, hiking Turkey Run, chopping wood, shooting guns, Bed Bath & Beyond, starlight mints, cold beer, free beer, The History Channel, CCR, war movies, discussing who makes the best pizza, The Chicago White Sox, old Buicks, and above all, his family.”
Ward, who “couldn’t give a damn about most material things” and “had zero working knowledge of the Kardashians,” likewise “despised ‘uppity foods’ like hummus, which his family lovingly called ‘bean dip’ for his benefit, which he loved consequently.”
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