A Connecticut family whose father recently passed away is letting him know the best way they know how: through laughter.
Joe Heller spends the rest of his life pranking others, so when he dies at the age of 82 on Sunday, his family can't resist getting one last bullshit before their patriarch is retired – and they did it was through a hilarious situation.
Inspired by his father's unique view of life, writes Monique Heller (one of Joe's three children). the comedic, yet a touching farewell to his family and shared it on the Robinson, Wright & Weymer Funeral Home website, CNN reports.
"My father has an unworthy perspective on life, and I want to honor him and make people smile," Monique told the outlet.
The detail in the long article of remembrance is how Joe, born during the Great Depression, lived a "frugality, hoarding, and cheap evil, often at the expense of others."
"When doctors told her daughters the news last week that & # 39; s your father is a sick person, & # 39; s alone they replied, & # 39; & # 39; "the sarcastic joker said.
From the very beginning, Monique says her father is happy. "His brothers were tormented by a childhood of dazzling jokes, with his brother Bob, generally acting as his wingman." "Ding Dong, Dogs -" at the pranking school lunch lunches with "chocolate cake with laxative and excrement meatloaf sandwiches," there were no hijinks too small for Joe to achieve and no one made it clear.
"She named her first dog, & # 39; Fart, & # 39; so she would have to scream her name home if she wandered," Monique hilariously wrote in the obituary.
Later in life, while Joe was working as a self-taught chemist in Cheeseborough -Ponds, he met a woman named Irene and also his wife ̵1; something that made Monique laugh. well to this day.
"[Irene] thought he was a charming individual with decoration. Boy, did he make a mistake," the cameraman reads. "Joe was embarrassing her every day with her mouth and choosing clothes. To this day we do not understand how she convinces our mother, a very good woman and a pillar in her church, to sew and create colorful costumes and props he used for his antics. ”
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Joe and Irene eventually accept three daughters – besides Monique, they also have Michelle and Lisette – but the jars didn't stop there. In fact, they only improved, especially when the girls started.
"During their time together formative years, Joe ensured that their moral fiber was enriched by Archie Bunker and Benny Hill. When they started dating, Joe would greet their dates by first running their license plates and checking for tires, "Monique writes." If their vehicle passed the inspections, they were invited to the house where shotguns, knives and & # 39; nutters & # 39; of sheep is left on display. "" Take distracting naps and sniff out the incredible strong.
"He left his family with a house full of crap, 300 pounds of birdseed and dead houseplants that they had no idea what to do," Monique wrote. "If there is a treasure he has taken from under you among the garbage cans, please wait for the appropriate time to contact the family to claim your robbery. We will be available tomorrow."
"Joe is also a sleepy handkerchief. There was no road, restaurant or house of friends in Essex that he had not slept or entered. There is not an occasion too formal or even an event that Joe has not been interrupted by his apnea and snoring, "he added. Walking Dead & # 39;?
In addition to his three daughters, Joe leaves three siblings, two brothers-in-law, 14 nieces and nephews, and eight grandchildren, all of whom "fell in love with his great fortune, "according to the circumstances. He was first met by Irene and" his pet, Jack, whom we found in the freezer last week. "
A celebration for life was scheduled at Thursday, September 13, where his family asked guests to wear the "most inappropriate T-Shirt you are comfortable in public as Joe has ever been," in honor of his hatred for "formality and kindness. . "
His funeral was then scheduled for Friday, September 13. In lieu of flowers, his family joked that they were" seeking donations to reduce the cost of publishing a lengthy precaution. which is really tiring for Joe. " Monique said that "what makes her happy is that you go have a cup of coffee with a friend and bull – about her antics or playing harmless fun with some indisputable sap. ”
However, the seriousness did not last long,
" Everybody has a Joe story and we love hearing them all, "Monique wrote. "Joe faced his death and his death, as he did with his life, face to face, often telling us that when he fell dead to dig a hole in the back and just roll him in. Most of his frustration, she'll be fine. mediating … next to her husband. "
" Sorry, Mom, Lisette and I did our best to take care of her and keep her in your hair as long as we couldn't, "she jokingly added. "Return to your court today."