jim botchlett
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Versailles, OH

#22 Dec 9, 2011
teresa botchlett wrote:
ok you people might think that things like that are disrespectful but if you knew my dad then you know that thats the type of thing he would do, no one was disrespecting anyone, not even my mom, actually ya we were blaring music and if you really wanna know the song was toby keith "i love this bar" becuz of the history my dad has with bars and the dealers,so it was more of a tribute then anything and yes we all drank and sat his favorite type of beer on his casket,and just so you know,me and my brother asked my gma and she said that it was our dad and that we could do things the way that we wanted to , so in a sense we were creating one last memory with him.
Don't let anyone make you feel guilty about what you guys decided to do. It was your dad, your choice, and you don't need to explain yourself to anyone. I say do what makes you feel better. If people don't like it, not your problem. They will deal with grief their way and you your way!
jims 1st exwife

Johnstown, OH

#24 Dec 9, 2011
where were all you people who thought we were so disrespectful to Botch? We paid our last respects. I've always been there for my kids and they decided this is what he would have wanted.Caleb had people tell stories about his dad and everyone of them involved beer. The man had to be the life of the party so we gave him one last hoorah by playing I love this bar to the cemetary and at the cemetary. Beer and the dealers was his thing. We gave him one last toast and one last drink and put the beer cans on top the casket. Ya Caleb even handed out the beer. His mom was not upset. She said he would have wanted it that way. He would not have wanted to buried in a suit and tie so we all wore Ohio State stuff. Is that disrespectful to honor the man the way he lived his life. Hell No! He would have gave himself one last party if he could have!!!! R.I.P. Botch
real close

Marysville, OH

#25 Dec 9, 2011
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i heard his ex wife was blaring music, passing out beer and even poured beer on his coffin before it was lowered in the ground they all piled empty beer cans on top of it, WTH is wrong w people? Pouring anything on a coffin is a sure sign of disrespect.
you obviously have never been to a biker funeral ive left things in the coffin of friends not out of disrespect but out of the life they now dont have i know they are smiling and thanking me i dont see it as disrespect at all i knew botch and hes smiling down sorry about your loss
know better

Napoleon, OH

#26 Dec 9, 2011
you all sound like a bunch of in-bred hillbillies! Well, because of his lifestyle, don't you think that's part of the reason we all lost him so soon!? Still, VERY DISRESPECTFUL!
curious

Kenton, OH

#27 Dec 10, 2011
Very well spoken, but they are not a bunch of inbred hillbillys, they are a bunch of Idiots. They all leave soon, but many will follow. Irene Peiffer will see to that.!! Her cocktails will take more to come. One day she will run out of rope and hang her self. Irene must have one dumb husband.
teresa botchlett

Houston, OH

#28 Dec 10, 2011
seriously people stop talkin shit,oh and yea my gma is a hillbilly , grew up in tennessee and north carolina, and no one disrespected anyone , if you truly knew my dad you would know that he's resting in peace
Gmab

Kansas City, KS

#29 Dec 10, 2011
Teresa, you did it exactly the way ol dad would have wanted it. We who knew him best know he would have loved it. Me and your dad use to have a blast together, im the first person who ever got Caleb on a roaler coaster, I sat and talked with you on many occassions about odd stories about your dad. He was a character. I watched him party hard, hes smiling, you know it, so does everyone else, the only a holes being disresectful are the dirty SOBs on here talking shit about how you memorialized your father. You all shoukd Get over it.
same ole me

Kenton, OH

#30 Dec 11, 2011
Teresa my sister and I buried our father with a bottle of whiskey, a shot glass his cigarettes and a lighter, along with other things he loved like pictures of us and his grandkids. Don't let people make you feel ashamed by doing what you wanted to do for your father!
been there

United States

#31 Dec 11, 2011
The best way to get this to go away and quit being upset is quit reading the post and commenting back. You can also report it and have it removed. I don't feel you should waste your time defending your actions. When losing a parent we do what we can to get through it. I wouldn't never have done what you guys did when I lost my dad, but I don't look down on your decision. We all grieve in our own way. I'm sorry for your loss I have known your dad for many years from going to the Dealers and my dad was an acquaintance of your dads.

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