Phil Stevens wrote:Anything you'd name a rooster (or any domesticated critter) is an excellent start. I named a rooster Inigo Montoya after his father went to the roasting pan.
Marco Banks wrote: Fourth, do you know anyone named Elmer? There was a time in my life, growing up, where I knew at least 5 different Elmer's. Now they are all dead except one. I think that a great tribute name would be Elmer. The last name could be something like Lincoln or Grant or Kennedy.
Marco Banks wrote:Menno Simons, sure.
I knew a bunch of Mennonites back in Kansas. Did you run into any Penners, Friesens or Dirksons? There was a Mennonite family whose name was Focking. I knew another one named Fuchs (pronounced Foo-ks. Of course, we had merciless fun at their expense -- those Focking kids with their crazy Focking haircuts.