Surgeon, 48, pens incredible obituary to himself before his death
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An Ohio doctor wrote up his own obituary in hilarious fashion, but didn't disclose just what did him in.
An Ohio doctor who died last week wrote his own offbeat obituary, saying he met an "unexpected, yet fabulous" end to his wild and crazy life at age 48.

It wasn't clear how Dr. Thomas Lee Flanigan died on April 27, but the jokester referred to himself as the "Ginger God of Surgery and Shenanigans" and said he had completed his shift "as the great American cliché" in the obituary.

"Yes, I have joined the likes of Princess Diana, John Belushi, and Steve Irwin the Crocodile Hunter in leaving while still at the top of my game as an iconic superhero who seemed almost too good to be true," he wrote in the obituary posted on

The Army veteran and married father of three said he initially married his wife, Amy, for husband jokes and had three children for the dad jokes.

It is not clear how Dr. Thomas Lee Flanigan died on April…
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