Reporters sometimes get the giggles while reporting on sad stories, and that got me thinking about what it might be like to get the giggles at a funeral...
Minister - Josh Rimer
Giggler - Spandy Andy Rimer
Willy - Bill Ouellet
Mourners - Sarah Wheeldon, , Sheila Ross, Dan Guiry, John More, Amy More.
Writer/Director - Sarah Empey
DOP - Damon Winters
PA's - Kevin Currie/Jeffery Blumer/Paul Marshall
Makeup - Tansy Lam
We are here today to remember Dick. Not that we could ever forget Dick.
Dick is after all, always on our mind.
Dick was enormously generous.
Every morning Dick gave his dog a bone. Oh how he loved to watch his
dog lick his bone.
Dick worked hard all the time.
"It's no good being a big softy!" Dick would often spurt out.
No one ever saw Dick coming... in and out... of the office.
His supportive wife never got much Dick at home.
As I was saying... For seven long... years, Dick saw the ups and
downs of his wood... logging company.
Even after getting... the shaft... Dick would rise again... he always
kept his head up high.
It was little Dick who found big Dick's limp... body. For many
hours little Dick stayed by his father's side until big Dick's
I know this must be... hard on... little Dick, so I ask the...
members... of this church to be gentle with him at this time.
Now we'll hear from Dick's best friend... Willy... who has a few
words to say.
Sir, please. If you can not control yourself I'm going to have
to ask you to leave.
Now, Dick was rich in many ways. Everyone knew Dick had a big...
wad... of cash, but he lead a full and active life. Always giving
pleasure... And never receiving.
I hope the good attitude of Dick... trickles down on the generations
I encourage you Dick to... thrust yourself forward... into the
dark tunnel... and... head... towards the light that will blow
your mind! Oh god, oh god...