A Very Unusual Obituary

I have a “hobby” of collecting humorous obituaries and have published several of them here in past newsletters. However, the obituary of 71-year-old Rick Stein of Wilmington, Delaware, is a new one for me. It is different from the other obituaries in many ways.

I won’t spoil it here but I will say that if you want to read a most unusual obituary, go to http://bit.ly/2RA9ceu.

Disclaimer: It is long but is well worth the read.

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That is a wild one. Sounds like a Hollywood script. But, as they say, truth is stranger than fiction.

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He must have been a real talker to convince family of so many different stories. I wonder if he actually did any of those things.

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That alias is perfect.

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Thank you for bringing that to our attention. The Art of the Obituary is rarely so interestingly practiced.

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The most interesting man in the world. . . .

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Love it! This kind of storytelling reminds me of the movie Big Fish.

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What a clever way to name one’s survivors, and for them to enumerate on their loved one’s interests!

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