George leaves behind fond memories of several nephews and notable apprentices.
Since George did not want people making trite and untrue statements such as “He looks good” and “He is at rest now”, there will be no viewing of the corpse. In accordance with ancient custom, his mortal remains will be cremated. ------- assisted with the arrangements.
NB -Although Professor Buckles believes that writing one's obituary is difficult, I wrote this obituary during one visit to Taco Bell and all the prerequisites of an obituary are present. A euphemism for death is present. The date of birth is indicated, but not overtly. The emphasis is on people, not achievements. The reasoning for no public viewing is explained, perhaps poorly, and the lack of a euphemism for "corpse" should disturb the reader. Word play on "obit", "he died", and O'Bit.