I got a good ironic chuckle from a similar story. When I came out my parents had the elders over a few times to talk to me. It was torture. They would sit around and say nasty things about gays to try to convince me it isn't what I want. They would ask me a question and I would sit silent and count in my head how long I could keep them waiting for an answer.
Anyway, my mom told me a couple of months ago that one of the more aggressive elder's son has left the "truth" and is gay. Well it wasn't too much of a surprise. Not even to my JW mom. I knew this guy was gay before I came out to myself. HAHA!! But, I guess he finally decided to leave and live his life. I did get a sort of karmatic satisfaction. Kind of like a similar story I had about the mother of a girl I went to school with.
On a side point, she told me how the elder, who has been over weight and eats unhealthy for sometime, has had a few heart attacks and is waiting for bypass surgery. I decided to put on my devil horns, poke the fire a little and said to my mom, "Wouldn't it be considered an insult to god to not do things to protect your health? I mean, if you know your heart is in trouble for sometime wouldn't you change your lifestyle? God gave you a body and then you just throw it away." She actually agreed.