Scott E. Entsminger was used to being let down by the Cleveland Browns. He cheered for the team for most of his life despite the fact that the Browns never made it into the Super Bowl. When the longtime fan passed away this week he left the team one parting message in his obituary.
Brown’s obituary was posted this week in the Columbus Dispatch.
The obit reads:
“He respectfully requests six Cleveland Browns pall bearers so the Browns can let him down one last time.”
Entsminger’s obit states that he was season ticket holder for the Cleveland Browns and often sent the team advice in the mail. His family is encouraging people to wear Browns gear at his funeral this weekend.
The Cleveland Browns haven’t responded to Etsminger’s request so there’s a pretty good chance that the Browns fan will be let down one last time by his favorite team.
On the bright side, the Browns wrote on Twitter this weekend that they had a feeling that this was going to be there year.
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) July 3, 2013