Losing a loved one is always a tough and heartbreaking situation for anyone. But one family from Springfield, Minnesota is showing no remorse for the loss of their mother and they penned it in her obituary.
After passing away on May 31st, the birth children of 80-year-old Kathleen Dehmlow posted an obit on her behalf on the Redwood Falls Gazette. The first few paragraphs share details on her birthdate, birthplace, and parents. But everything escalated when the obit mentioned that she got pregnant by her husband's brother, moved to California, and abandoned her children Gina and Jay in the early '60s.
The obit got brutally honest in the last graph: "She will not be missed by Gina and Jay, and they understand that this world is a better place without her."
Meanwhile, people on Twitter are divided with the ~passive-aggressive~ post and are sharing their two cents. The Gazette removed the obit after it went viral on the internet.
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