Vietnam Vet from Indiana Leaves Behind a Hilarious Obituary
If anybody wants some Miracle Whip, he left behind 32 jars for the taking.
Nothing we love better than a good, funny obituary. Hey, death is scary for all of us, but it's going to happen eventually, so you might as well have a sense of humor about it. And boy oh boy, did Terry Wayne Ward get the last laugh.
He passed away last week at the age of 71, and left behind a great obituary:
Terry Wayne Ward, age 71, of DeMotte, IN, escaped this mortal realm on Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018, leaving 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.
Terry volunteered his service in the United States Army and was an active combat Veteran in the Vietnam War.
He retired from AT&T (formerly Ameritech, formerly Indiana Bell) after 39 years of begrudging service, where he accumulated roughly 3,000 rolls of black electrical tape during the course of his career (which he used for everything from open wounds to “Don’t use this button” covers).
Terry died knowing that The Blues Brothers was the best movie ever, (young) Clint Eastwood was the baddest-ass man on the planet, and hot sauce can be added to absolutely any food.
You can read the full piece HERE. Thanks for the last laugh, Terry. Rest in peace.