Elizabeth 'Liz' Smith, of Norwalk Ohio died at a hospice care centre on the 13 February, at the age of 87.
Over her life, she had developed a reputation for being a bit of a maverick.
Smith’s obituary reflects on a woman who was active in her community – she was a lifetime member of the Girl’s Scouts, volunteered for a number of charities and at soup kitchens; she was, in many capacities involved with the church and the local branch of the Huron County Democratic party.
She also wasn't keen on the new US president.
And so, it makes sense that Donald Trump made it onto her obituary.
Liz is smiling now, not to be living during the Trump Presidency.
Well, that’s definitely one way to bring the fire.
Interestingly, after-death protests about Trump have become a bit of a trend.
Last year, Jeffrey H Cohen, who died at the age of 70 in his Pittsburgh home ended his obituary by writing that, in lieu of flowers “please do not vote for Donald Trump”.
Grandmother Ruth died at the age of 86 with a blunt obit statement:
If you vote for Donald Trump, you seriously must be a f---ing dumbass.
Faced with the prospect of voting for either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, Mary Anne Noland of Richmond chose, instead, to pass into the eternal love of God on Sunday, May 15, 2016, at the age of 68