Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Ken Lay wanted ashes scattered in Rockies

According to the Houston Chronicle, Enron executive Ken Lay, who died recently in Colorado after a heart attack, will be cremated and have his ashes buried in Aspen.

Lay was an avid skier and said Aspen was his favorite place in the world. He had to sell his properties there to help pay his legal bills, but he apparently wants his ashes to rest there for eternity.

If judges in the afterlife treat him anything like the judges in his fraud case, I would imagine his soul will be resting somewhere a little warmer.

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