I wrapped up the last of my father’s business affairs on Friday.
He died on December 17, 2017. We are now well past the two-year mark, and it’s finally over.
The hold-up with closing his checking account is that the house was tied to it. And as long as his widow, JoAnne, was in that house, the checking account needed to stay open.
Jo is now in full-time memory care in Lee’s Summit.
The house sold two weeks ago.
And there we are. On Friday, Bank of America handed me just under $140. That’s the end of the estate.
And closure is real.
Our last photo with Pop, three weeks before he died: