Only July 9th, an obituary ran in the local Richmond paper, The Times-Dispatch, that created quite a stir. *Its just a great obituary. *lol *Someone put the link to the obit in an email and thus it began the rounds of the internet.
The obit is for Frederick Arthur Clark. *Its eloquent, funny, honest and a real tribute to a real man. *This is the kinda obit I'd like to have! *
There is an online Guestbook you can sign. *Ol' Fred's guest book is now 117 PAGES...not postings...PAGES of kind wishes from all over the country and some out of the country. *He is getting quite the send off.
If you'd like to read Fred's interesting obit, here is the link. *And while you're at it, sign his guest book. *I'm sure he's hit a record for largest Guestbook. * *If the family has not paid to keep it permanently, it will disappear at the end of 30 days. *I hope they keep it...its great!
Shoot....it won't let me link directly to his page. SO...in the middle of the Main Obit page you will see a calendar. Click on the day of July 9th. That will take you to the date that Fred's obit ran. Scroll down...he is the 5th obit down.