Cancer patient plans to go out on a roll in a bowling ball urn8/9/2012
Tony Guarino's affection for the game of bowling is downright Lebowski-like, but his terminal prostate cancer has forced him to quit the game. But that doesn't mean he's necessarily rolled his last strike. The 48-year-old Pennsylvania man has had Storm Bowling, his brand of choice, make a bowling ball urn to hold his ashes after cremation, and he draws some comfort knowing he'll roll into the afterlife. His wife, Stacy, insists the ball won't be converting any 7-10 splits, though his friends seem to have other ideas. Guarino himself would just like to roll a few more lines before his urn takes its place in his ball bag. [Source]
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