It Will Cost Him A Fortune In New Monograms

To each his own, no matter how weird "his own" happens to be: Illinois man changes name to 'In God We Trust'

A school bus driver and amateur artist from the Chicago suburb of Zion has legally changed his name to "In God We Trust."

A Lake County circuit court judge approved Steve Kreuscher's (CROY'-shirz) name change petition on Friday.

The 57-year-old's first name was changed to "In God," while his last name was changed to "We Trust."

He says the new name symbolizes the help God gave him during tough times and says he can't wait to begin signing his artwork with the new moniker.

Well, Mr. We Trust , I find it hard to believe you are only an amateur artist, but you are probably right to change your name.  Picasso never sold any paintings when he was known as Joe Smith III.

 What?  He was never called Joe Smith III?  Hmm…… 

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3 Responses to It Will Cost Him A Fortune In New Monograms

  1. Mwalimu Daudi says:

    I wonder what would happen if he was introduced by his full name at a school function. The ACLU would shriek "Theocracy!" and sue the school district for hiring the guy in the first place.

  2. Lars Walker says:

    Actually, this is a rather Hebraic thing, if you analyze the meanings of names in t he Bible.

  3. Rich Horton says:

    Someone in the bible changed their name to sell art??
     
    Just joking around.

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