Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Benton Co., Arkansas Coroner Candidates Talk About "Position"


I swear that these are their prone-position statements:

"I think you have to have honesty, integrity and professionalism, because in this job you are dealing with people at a very important time in their life," said Kenneth Lepp.

"I intend to improve the public image by handing out death scenes on a personal basis," said Daniel Oxford.

"They may be running on their 100th call that year, but that family might be dealing with their first. We need to be very professionally focused and help them through that time," said Craig Schatz.

"They're some of the last people you're going to see at one of the worst times that a family can go through. We speak for the dead. We speak for those who cannot speak for themselves, and we speak for their families in finding what happened to them," said candidate Chris Smith.

3 comments:

Abouna said...

I wonder what Fanny Malik said to get the job of coroner when Clinton was governor? Hmmmmm.

The Localmalcontent said...

"No Questions Asked, Governor..."

The Localmalcontent said...

Say, Abouna, where's your Icon?