I really enjoyed this obit, especially the predeceased by eyesight, hearing, teeth and pets!
The list of children, grandchildren & great-grandchildren brings up a question that has recently come to mind about citing obituaries and similar records with a long list of related people. The primary person the obituary is about is pretty obvious how to handle, it is the other people listed I am wondering about. Is it better to just cite the obit (or other article) for the name of the other people listed, or to "share" the event and it's citation (in this case - death of Verne Petersen) as many genealogy programs now allow you to do? Is there a best practice or concensus?