You created one of the most iconic snacking mechanisms ever - the Pringles can. Unlike the flimsy airbags that leave your Lays crushed and crumbled, the firm Pringles tube delivers curved chips that are always intact and perfectly salty on the convex side.
For good reason, Mr. Baur, you were proud of your invention. So proud, in fact, that you asked your family to bury your ashes in a Pringles can when you died.
Now that it's happened, we want you to know we salute you. Your 1966 invention remains the most useful in snack-food technology, and your desire to be buried inside your prized chip canister is admirable.
*Thanks to Crime Scene friend Marty for the tip.