He really was larger than life.
Rush Limbaugh’s death certificate hails him as the “greatest radio host of all time,” according to a report.
The official paperwork from the Palm Beach County Medical Examiner’s Office, obtained by TMZ over the weekend, lists the honorific under “occupation, industry.”
However, the outlet notes that Limbaugh’s widow Kathryn was the person providing the information — meaning she was likely the one behind the high praise.
Limbaugh, who passed at age 70 from lung cancer last month, was laid to rest during a small, private ceremony in his home state of Missouri earlier this month.
He was diagnosed in February 2020.
His death sent shockwaves through the conservative media landscape, prompting former President Trump and former Vice President Pence to break their media silences to honor the talk radio legend.
Trump revealed that he spoke with Limbaugh “three or four days” before his death.
“His fight was very, very courageous and he was very, very sick and, you know, from diagnosis on. It was just something that was not going to be beat, but you wouldn’t know it.”
Over his decades on the airwaves, Limbaugh galvanized listeners with his blunt assessments of the social and political landscape and his penchant for sarcasm.
His work influenced the likes of Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Bill O’Reilly and countless other conservative commentators with his decades of