I am going to risk wading into these choppy waters.
On the surface I would agree with it being both touching and perfectly normal. I personally have absolutely no problems with this obituary.
I do agree with somewhat of a possible commercial aspect of it for the following section:
She looks forward to the
government of all governments described at Dan
2:44. The government all Christians were told to
pray for in the Lord's prayer (Matt 6:9,10).
If she is, in fact, sleeping in death then she is not, in fact, looking forward to anything. I question whether the above section was inserted for commercial purposes as it is out of place, especially the second sentence in that section "The government all Christians were told to
pray for in the Lord's prayer (Matt 6:9,10). "
If this man chooses to use his wife's death as an opportunity to proselytize so be it. It's his grieving process and if that makes him feel better, I have no problem with it. People have done alot worse when it comes to using someone's death to advance a cause. I have also seen people use obituaries to proselytize other religions, especially fundamentalist ones.