One man's final request: Don't vote for Trump

Nicole Gallucci

Jeffrey Cohen passed away at the age of 70 on Sunday, leaving quite the obituary behind.

The Pittsburgh chiropractor began his obituary by discussing his main philosophy: "The meaning of life is 'OOPS!'"

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Cohen founded the Nimmo Educational Foundation, which carries out research on chronic pain and offers care for people who are in need of physical therapy. His detailed obituary also explained that he was a chiropractor for celebrities such as "Weird Al" Yankovic and Liza Minelli.

The obituary then took a humorous twist when Cohen requested, "in lieu of flowers, please do not vote for Donald Trump. (Also acceptable — donations to the Nimmo Educational Foundation...or a charity of your choice.)"

Clearly, Cohen felt so strongly about his feelings toward the political candidate that he was compelled to get his message across from beyond the grave. That's dedication.

Cohen is not the first to have mentioned Trump after death. Trump shared a Virginia man's obituary earlier this month via Twitter, which urged people to vote for the presidential contender.

Cohen is survived by his grandchildren, four sons and his wife, Carol Cohen — all of whom we can assume will not be voting for Trump.