A 96-year-old Peoria man wrote a song for his deceased wife, and a recording studio turned it into a professional quality song pro bono. A blog, the Laughing Squid, posted this story:
"When Green Shoe Studio in Illinois advertised for video entries for their singer-songwriter contest, they weren’t expecting an entry like the one they got from 96-year-old Fred Stobaugh of Peoria. Fred wrote a song which paid tribute to the love of his life, his recently deceased wife Lorraine who he had been married to for 73 years. He sent the song, titled “Oh Sweet Lorraine,” in a big manila envelope to the studio and didn’t expect to hear back."
[Read the entire story on Laughing Squid]