A family posted a bitter obituary saying good riddance to their mother who “won’t be missed”, and it’s now gone viral and split the internet.
Kathleen Dehmlow passed away on May 31st. Her obituary starts out very innocently talking about her birth and marriage, but escalates VERY quickly...revealing that Kathleen got pregnant by her husband’s brother, and abandoned her two kids. And I’m shooketh.
Paragraph 1: ok— Stu (@RandBallsStu) June 5, 2018
Paragraph 2: ok
Paragraph 3: wait
Paragraph 4: OH
Paragraph 5: *airplane flies overhead with a banner reading WELCOME TO HELL MOM* pic.twitter.com/ppV45htrda
She passed away...and will now face judgement. She will not be missed, and this world is a better place without her.
Some are perfectly ok with the obituary.
It takes courage to tell the truth. Just because someone is dead, doesn’t mean they become a saint, and there’s no rule saying a child must forgive an abusive, unloving parenthttps://t.co/0eSKoSVnbG— hereforthedoughnuts (@groth_rubini) June 5, 2018
Moral of story: Do better by the people who will one day write your obituary. https://t.co/OgUTz3Vp0G— Mike Waters (@MikeWatersSYR) June 5, 2018
Others not so much.
Let us say half of these allegations are true. 100% unnecessary. Shame to those that published this trash.— David Bellavia (@DavidBellavia) June 5, 2018
Supposedly the viral obituary has been pulled from the newspaper’s website, but will live forever in the Twitterverse.
Update: Redwood Falls Gazette pulls Minnesota woman's obituary from its website after going viral https://t.co/PTTHLGHY7C— Star Tribune (@StarTribune) June 5, 2018