Everyone grieves a detriment of a desired one in their possess way, and for Jean Lahm, amusement valid to be a best medicine — something she schooled from her late, dear father.
Lahm recently had to contend goodbye to 71-year-old Terry Ward, who died of a cadence on Jan 23. He’s gone, now, though his humorous suggestion will live on in a memories of those propitious adequate to know him — and even those who’ve never met him, interjection to a waggish necrology created by his daughter.
Ward “was all about creation people laugh,” Lahm, who works during Geisen Funeral Homes in Indiana, told Today. “He only had this quirky, smart clarity of amusement and we all got it from him. The domicile was built on who could get a best laugh.” That’s because Lahm’s comment of her father’s life couldn’t be some-more fitting.
In a obituary, Lahm writes that Ward leaves “behind 32 jars of Miracle Whip, 17 boxes of Hamburger Helper and multitudes of other pointless equipment that would infer useful in a eventuality of a zombie apocalypse.”
Of a “many, many things” he enjoyed, Lahm lists “hunting, fishing, golfing, snorkeling, ABBA, hiking Turkey Run, chopping wood, sharpened guns, Bed Bath Beyond, starlight mints, cold beer, giveaway beer, The History Channel, CCR, fight movies, deliberating who creates a best pizza, The Chicago White Sox, aged Buicks, and above all, his family.”
Ward, who “couldn’t give a damn about many element things” and “had 0 operative believe of a Kardashians,” also “despised ‘uppity foods’ like hummus, that his family lovingly called ‘bean dip’ for his benefit, that he desired consequently.”