The most difficult obituary I will ever write. goo.gl/7Z2WT
— Jim Sheeler (@jimsheeler) June 8, 2013
As “Grandmom,” she was the one making party hats out of newspapers and leading parades around the yard. She was on the floor coloring, painting, baiting fishing poles, paddling canoes, leading hikes, and reading. And reading. And reading.
Case Western Reserve journalism professor Jim Sheeler is a Pulitzer winner and co-author of “Life on the Death Beat: A Handbook for Obituary Writers.”