The unusually candid obituary for Coleen Sheran Singer received widespread attention. Is it a sign of a changing format?
Elouise Cobell, the lead plaintiff in efforts to force the U.S. government to better administer the Indian Trust, was a leader in having the feds pay for their mandates.
Given our society's disdain of aging, it's not surprising that many Americans strive to retain a youthful appearance well into the later stages of life. Now, it appears, that quest continues beyond the grave.