A doctor from Ohio who died last week said he received an “unexpected, spectacular” end to his wild and crazy life at the age of 48.
It was not clear whether on 27 April, Drs. How Thomas Lee Flanigan died, but Jocester referred to himself as the “Ginger God of Surgery and Shenanigans” and said he had completed his innings “as a great American cliché”.
He said, “Yes, I have joined the likes of Princess Diana, John Belushi and Steve Irwin the Crocodile Hunter, while still at the top of my game as an iconic superhero who looked really cool , “He has written in Obetri. Posted on Legacy.com.
The army veteran and married father of three said that he initially married his wife Amy, the husband produced three children for jokes and for father’s jokes.
“It didn’t disappoint,” he said. “I mean the joke, but Amy and the kids were very nice.”
The Obitarian lists some of Flenigan’s life experiences, including “the arrival of Hawaiian volcanoes, the Egyptian pyramids, and even the Hawaiian fryer.”
He attained the rank of lieutenant colonel, saved his life as a doctor and performed a full cosmetic and reconstructive surgery stent, Obiteru said.
His real legacy is dad jokes, New Year letters and Facebook meme, he wrote.
“Was I in this world if a ray of light wouldn’t have been on those who couldn’t scan the internet for their hilarious and amusing comic relief?” he said.
“I think what I am trying to say is that you are welcome and you owe me a lot of time.”
He said that he has rode in the glorious sunset after re-enlisting with a new unit.
“Due to the unknown and temporal nature of my next mission, this will be our last communication. It will self-destruct in five minutes.
His whereabouts are now top secret, he said, but he has made new friends by the name of Elvis and Kenny.
“Tom of Church is closed for business, but please worship me, light candles, and send money,” said the sanctuary. “You know the deal.”
Toledo has a schedule scheduled to follow on Friday, with a private family ceremony on Thursday.
Some patients and friends recalled the doctor in online memories. A patient posted that Flanigan was like Superman.
“No one wants to hear that their superhero died, but I pray that he knew how amazing he was, especially for me.”