David Kime loved his Whopper Juniors so much that his family made sure that at his funeral he had it his way....
Even after death, a Pennsylvania man can’t get enough of his favorite fast food. His funeral included a stop at a Burger King drive-thru.
Before this WWII veteran was laid to rest, the hearse and the entire funeral procession went through a Burger King drive-thru on the way to the cemetery.
The deceased, David Kime of West York, Pa., loved fast food, especially Whopper Juniors.
One of Kime’s daughters told The York Daily Record that her dad’s version of eating healthy was the lettuce on the Whopper Junior.
After he died of a heart attack at 88, the funeral director asked the family if there was any way they’d like to personalize the service.
“We kind of said, ‘oh, what we ought to do is go through, have one final burger,” Linda Phiel, daughter of the deceased said.
(Posted by Schmooze Correspondent Mary Wallace)