Monday, December 2, 2013

Honoring Those Who Pass?

Cremains on Football Field
No matter how diametrically opposed our ideals or beliefs may be, we wish no one ill; however, it's appointed once for man to die. So when that time comes for certain locals, we have some thoughts on where to dispose of their ashes.

Doug Arnold, CEO of Helen Keller Hospital: Any old courtroom should do. After all, he hasn't been shy about filing lawsuits in every venue he can think of.

Lauderdale County Sheriff Ronnie Willis: The kitchen at Krispy Kreme. It may not be sanitary, but that never stopped him before.

Tuscumbia Police Chief Tony Logan: Logan's Roadhouse. After all, he thinks it's named for him.

UNA board member Steve Pierce: NCAA Division I headquarters. It's about as close as he'll get.

Oft convicted Jerry Don Crowden: Yard of the Lauderdale County Detention Center. That's where he spent most of his time in life.


If you can think of any others, feel free to e-mail them and we'll be happy to add them to the list.


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