A native of New Orleans, Henry A. Jaume, Sr. was not only a Saints fan. He was a veteran of the United States Army and had retired from Kenner Police Department and Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s office.
Jaume Sr. passed away Sunday afternoon at the age of 65 — mere hours before the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots did battle in Super Bowl LIII.
For the veteran and others in the Bayou, the game itself brought back bad memories of the bad non-call late in the NFC Championship Game between the Saints and Los Angeles Rams.
It now looks like the obituary Jaume’s family drew up for him took a major shot at the officiating in said game.
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Henry A. Jaume, Sr. Age 65, Passed away on Sunday, February 3, 2019 at 1:00 P.M. Determined not to watch Super Bowl LIII,” part of the obit read.
We’re not here to make jokes. We’ll leave that up to the person who wrote Jaume’s obituary. But it sure looks like the man himself had a great sense of humor.
“Henry was the life of the party wherever he went,” the obituary continued. “He was charismatic, with a great sense of humor and quick wit. He always made us laugh.”
We certainly believe Jaume will take that quick wit and sense of humor with him to the afterlife.