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Best Obit of the Week Poll

Time for our first BOW (Best Obit of the Week) user poll. It's not scientific, just for entertainment value. Which obit is the most surprising, best-researched, and the most well-written article about a person who died? You can find most of these stories at the Washington Post obits web page; the others are at these spots: David Carradine, Larry Stevens, Millvina Dean and General Motors.

And of course, you can always add a comment and tell us what we missed.


By Patricia Sullivan  |  June 5, 2009; 6:00 AM ET
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Obit magazine has a new end of the week roundup of obits which is nicely written:

Posted by: Patricia Sullivan | June 5, 2009 11:14 AM | Report abuse

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