My Wonderful Life

Henry Smith

For Pennsylvanian man, Henry Smith, being surrounded by his favorite things was important in death. His wife stated that everyone who knew him knew that he was the most at peace in his leather chair, watching TV, so that’s how he was remembered. At his memorial, Henry was placed in his reclining chair facing a TV that played sports highlights; a pack of cigarettes and a beer laid on the table next to him.

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