Obituaries are the source of much information and are intended to provide solace to the living as well as an opportunity to dwell on the accomplishments, family, and trivia of a life, depending on how much money the survivors wish to spend to publish these events to the world. Apparently there are no obstreperous, selfish, ornery, backsliders who ever die; or, if they do, they become instantly reconstituted into saints. The critical data for women is to list how many home making skills they had, including how many quilts they made, how much tatting they tatted, whether their apple pies were the best in the world, and whether they were a cheerleader and an honor student in high school.
She is survived by her . . . overprotective sister. She married a couple of losers along the way-later jettisoned.
Now there is unadulterated, unvarnished honesty for a change.