Scathing obit in Florida newspaper says man’s loss of life ‘proves that evil does finally die’

Whereas most obituaries are emotional odes to a liked one, a scathing one revealed in a Florida newspaper over the weekend described the deceased as a “dad to none” whose loss of life “proves that evil does finally die.”

Lawrence H. Pfaff Sr., 81, of Belmont, New York, died June 27. He lived “a protracted life, for much longer than he deserved,” in line with the obituary, which was revealed Saturday in The Florida Instances-Union.

Writing the obituary was a technique of therapeutic from his childhood trauma, his son, Lawrence Pfaff Jr., advised NBC Information.

He described his father within

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Scathing obit in Florida newspaper says man’s loss of life ‘proves that evil does finally die’

Whereas most obituaries are emotional odes to a beloved one, a scathing one printed in a Florida newspaper over the weekend described the deceased as a “dad to none” whose loss of life “proves that evil does finally die.”

Lawrence H. Pfaff Sr., 81, of Belmont, New York, died June 27. He lived “an extended life, for much longer than he deserved,” in accordance with the obituary, which was printed Saturday in The Florida Occasions-Union.

Writing the obituary was a strategy of therapeutic from his childhood trauma, his son, Lawrence Pfaff Jr., informed NBC Information.

He described his father within

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