Even in the quiet world of the deceased, secrets begin to scream. It has become known that Michael J. Orcutt, the current funeral home manager of Rose City Cemetery and Funeral Home has received a secret punishment from the Attorney General's Office -- license suspension!
According to inside sources from the Willammette Weekly, it seems that a secretive contact at the AG's office has stated that Orcutt's license will be 'suspended for thirty days", pending further investgation by the Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board. It seems that his license will be suspended while he is investigated further -- while each instance of "corpse abuse" and "racism" is broken down.
At last check, Michael J. Orcutt was still employed at Rose City Cemetery and Funeral Home, even after being investigated by the Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board. Part- owner of Rose City Cemetery and Funeral Home, Jon Ollerenshaw, stated in a newscast in May that "we are glad the board are investigating these allegations and doing so quickly." He goes onto say, " I believe the allegations are fiction and have every reason to believe they will be dismissed." This writer would like to know those reasons.
It is unclear if many know of the upcoming sentence for it was only secretly released last week and has yet to be "officially released'"to the Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board. The board will not "go public' with any decision yet they will only, "make available to the public" any decision. Hence, if you know not of the case . . . then you do not inquire. How fitting -- the Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board are relying on the "death of this case' to gain them peace" for the action they have received from this has been something they are unaccustomed to.