New Jersey Man Has Competing Obituaries Posted In Newspaper By Wife And Girlfriend

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A solid obituary is essential to preserving the legacy of a person after they croak.

Sometimes an obituary even goes as far as featuring advice on how to get a possum out of your shed just to show how helpful somebody was when they had a pulse. Other times it comes in the form of dissing political candidates. Hell, sometimes an obituary is just two very informative words.

But this is definitely a first in the obituary department.

According to NJ.com, a 55-year-old Egg Harbor Township man recently passed away after a bout with cancer that was reportedly the result of years of fiberglass exposure. But thanks to the fine form of media known as the Press of Atlantic City, Leroy “Blast” Black’s legacy will live on forever.

Twice.

That’s because not only did Blast’s wife send in a death notice to the paper, but his girlfriend also sent in a sweet obituary piece, and the paper decided to print both of them:

New Jersey Man Has Competing Obituaries Posted In Newspaper By Wife And Girlfriend
Survived by both a “loving wife” and a “longtime girlfriend”? Well, I think everybody nailed it with the nickname of “Blast,” as it seems like it perfectly summed up Black’s sex life.

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