Son blames covid skeptics for his father’s lonely death



A son’s brutally honest obituary for a Kansas veterinarian blamed covid deniers for contributing to the spread of the virus that killed his father.

“People from my hometown talk about how this disease isn’t real, isn’t that bad, masks don’t work, and so forth,” Courtney Farr wrote.

“And because of those attitudes my father’s death was so much harder on him, his family and his caregivers than it should have been.”

Marvin Farr, 81, died in isolation at a nursing home in Scott City, Kansas, with no family and no friends allowed in the room.

“He was preceded in death by more than 260,000 Americans infected with covid-19,” the son wrote in the obituary. “He died in a room not his own, being cared for by people dressed in confusing and frightening ways. His final days were harder, scarier and lonelier than necessary.”

The son said he wrote the scathing obituary after listening to people in his rural town downplay the severity of the global pandemic that has so far claimed more than 1.5 million lives worldwide.

“As a young man,” the son wrote of his father, “he debated between studying mortuary or veterinary science. He chose life over death.”

But now death, in the form of a cruel virus, has claimed Marvin Farr.

Full obit HERE

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Covid victim’s widow doesn’t mask her anger


The widow of a Texas man who died of the coronavirus has lashed out at selfish and irresponsible people who refuse to wear masks or adhere to social distancing.

David Nagy “suffered greatly” before dying alone without his family at his bedside.

“Dave did everything he was supposed to do, but you did not,” Stacey Nagy wrote in his obituary. “Shame on you and may Karma find you all!”

Mrs Nagy blamed “the many ignorant, self-centered and selfish people who refuse to follow the advice of the medical professionals, believing their ‘right’ not to wear a mask is more important than killing innocent people.”


“It gets me so angry that people are aren’t taking this seriously,” she said of the pandemic that has claimed the lives of more than 154,000 Americans.

“Many of the people who are dying are older people,” she added. “A lot of younger people are dying too, but it’s almost like they’re saying, ‘Who cares about the older people?’”

Mrs Nagy said she wrote the obit because “I don’t want his death just to disappear.”

This is the kind of behavior Mrs Nagy is referring to —

Police shut down wild pool party at New Jersey mansion

Hundreds of mask-less young people were engaged in a wild party when cops were called to break up the bash.

Many of the party-goers had spilled onto the street, ignoring social distancing.

An ambulance was needed to tend to several who were passed out drunk.

Mask-free parties have been occurring in many locations regularly since May when the pandemic was at its height.

Party buses are hired to take people to the shindigs which are widely advertised on social media.

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