A man whose daughter was killed in a car crash found a gut-wrenching reminder of the tragedy in his mailbox, of all places.
According to the Chicago Tribune, “junk mail” from OfficeMax listed painful personal information on the label meant for Mike Seay, 46.
Below his name and above his street address were the words “Daughter Killed In Car Crash.”
OfficeMax said the mailing list was rented through a third-party provider and that the company was looking into what happened, Chicago Tribune reported.
Seay said the label “traumatized” his wife and would like an apology from the company’s chief executive.