The Legacy.com team likes to share with our readers obituaries of interest. Most often, we find ourselves sharing life stories that have moved or inspired us – a couple’s long-lasting devotion to each other, an individual’s tireless work for charity, a young person showing strength and wisdom beyond her years.
But sometimes, an obituary catches our eye just because it’s plain funny – intentionally so. It may be that a family member has perfectly captured a jokester’s personality by way of memorializing him, or that the deceased herself has penned clever last words. We’re not sure if William “Freddie” McCullough wrote his own obituary or if it was a loved one who noted that he “attracted more women than a shoe sale at Macy’s,” but that line and the rest of the obituary make for a fun read. Read it for yourself at SavannahNow.com – and don’t miss the possibly-true story of how Freddie died!