Mensha Khael Crow
Posted - 2011.08.21 01:21:00 - [1
Edited by: Mensha Khael Crow on 22/08/2011 19:08:53"In death as in life, my duty will be done."
---From from local news updates---
After a three day period of mourning, prayer and fast Holder Mensha Khael Crow was laid to rest with full rites. He was remembered by his surviving wife, heir and two sons as a loving and dedicated husband and a father. Large collection of gathered friends were retired officers -and crew- from his time in service to the Imperial Navy. Souls of the holdings have freely practiced rites of mortification for the duration of mourning, to show their grief for their loved holder moving beyond. Noticably few members from House Sarum proper were seen as guests, while the local representatives of Imperial Armaments most had come to pay their respects.
Even during his burial rites Lord Crow proved to be a man of many sides, as his controversial book 'Suggested protocols for irregular fleet formations' was approved to be released nearly same time with news that Gallantean officials had shelved most investigations into 'Nobel Patrician' group.'Nobel Patrician' was an alleged terrorist organization some fifteen years since, with suggested influence in several attacks against Federal Government. House Crow was suspected for funding the group, however no evidence for the claims has ever been brought up in court.
Lord Crow was set to rest in the family mausoleum when sunlight touched the entry Archway.
For those it may Concern.