Elderly woman asks family to avoid sad obituary, she must be smiling from heaven at their hilarious solution


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Most people avoid thinking about their own mortality, but planning wills and funeral arrangements in advance can make a huge difference for the people you leave behind. Mary Patricia “Pat” Stocks knew this better than most, and she wanted to make the best of it. Pat’s children described her as ‘wonderfully dysfunctional’ and wanted to preserve her eccentric personality in the obituary after she died at the age of 94. What follows is as hilariously honest as it is endearing, just like the woman herself. The following excerpt was taken from her obituary printed in the Toronto Star,



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