A Doctor who died last week in the month of April, composed his own unique eulogy, saying he met a “sudden, yet remarkable” finish to his wild and insane life at age 48.
It’s still unclear how Dr. Thomas Lee Flanigan, from Ohio, passed on April 27, however doctor alluded to himself as the “Ginger God of Surgery and Shenanigans” and said he had finished his workday “as the incomparable American platitude” in the eulogy.
“Yes, I have joined the likes of Princess Diana, John Belushi, and Steve Irwin the Crocodile Hunter in leaving while still at the top of my game as an iconic superhero who seemed almost too good to be true,” he wrote in the eulogy posted on Legacy.com.
The Army veteran and wedded dad of three said he at first wedded his better half, Amy, for spouse jokes and had three kids for the father jokes.
“It did not disappoint,” he said. “The jokes I mean, but Amy and the kids were pretty good too.”
The tribute records a portion of Flanigan’s beneficial encounters, which incorporate “Hawaiian volcanoes, Egyptian pyramids and surprisingly the approach of air fryers.”
His genuine inheritance is the father jokes, New Year’s letters and Facebook images, he composed.
“What was I to this world if not a beacon of light shining upon those who couldn’t scan the internet for their own hilarious and entertaining comic relief?” he said.
“I guess what I am trying to say is that you’re welcome and you owe me big time.”
He proceeds to say he has ridden into the wonderful nightfall after re-enrolling with another unit.
“Due to the unknown and cosmic nature of my next mission, this will be our last communication. It will self-destruct in five minutes,” the obituary said.
His whereabouts are presently highly confidential, he said, however, he has made new companions by the names of Elvis and Kenny.
“The Church of Tom is closed for business, but please continue to worship me, light candles, and send money,” the obituary said. “You know the deal.”
A wake is planned for Thursday in Toledo with a private family festivity to follow on Friday.
A few patients and companions reviewed the specialist in online recognitions. One patient posted that Flanigan resembled Superman.
“Nobody wants to hear that their superhero died but I pray that he knew how amazing he was to so many especially me,” she said.