A couple of months ago, I wrote an article concerning a mortuary worker and allegations he accused his general manager of, Michael J. Orcutt, of -- allegations of corpse abuse and racism. I have followed the case and have seen the political and professional dilapidation that Floyd Decker received and also have discovered that the Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board have decided to "take some action" against Michael J. Orcutt and Rose City Cemetery and Funeral Home.
My article, entitled, "Mortuary Worker May Be Right" was disregarded by the industry but now it seems that such was the truth. The Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board, according to Board sources, have decided to "Continue their investigation against Orcutt and Rose City Cemetery and Funeral Home".
Orcutt was accused of "corpse abuse" and "racism" by Floyd Decker, a former apprentice funeral director for Rose City. After being terminated for inquring about whether the board had ever investigated, Decker was fired soon after for "using an unauthorized computer."
The simple fact that Michael J. Orcutt and Rose City Cemetery and Funeral Home have been found to be perhaps guilty since "action has decided to be taken" says something that collaboarates Decker's story. Decker, no doubt, is an ex-criminal with warrents out for his arrest in Idaho, but just because you have darkness . . . does not mean that you are dark.