Hamilton man takes parting shot at Maple Leafs in last line of obituary

by Jul 25, 3:18 PM
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Terry Siebert, a 58-year-old Hamilton, On. resident, died quietly at his Hamilton area home on Monday. In his obituary, which ran in the Hamilton Spectator on Thursday, Siebert took a parting shot at the hockey team that provided him nothing but frustration for the majority of his adult life.

From David Ebner of the Globe and Mail:

Via lifenews.ca, here's the exact copy from that amusing, bittersweet final line:

It was Terry's last wish that his pallbearers be the Toronto Maple Leafs so they could let him down one last time.

Rest in peace Terrance W., and thanks for one last hearty laugh. 

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