You've all seen them. Someone dies in a car accident and a few days later there's a cross (or two or three or more depending on how many were in the car) about 3 feet high with the victim's name on it planted in the grass near where the accident took place. And it stays there for years so that everyone who drives by knows that "John Q. Rollover" died there. If it happens to be in front of your house, you get to be reminded of that bit of trivia every time you pull in and out of your driveway or mow your lawn or even look out your window. As cold as this may be to say- Nobody cares, except the friends and relatives of the deceased, and if you want to put up a memorial to your loved one, then erect it on your own property. Or at the very least, if you really want to advertise to every total stranger who happens to drive by that someone you know died there of blunt trauma, take it down after a year goes by. That allows you to put up the cross right after the accident and have a nice little ceremony and then on the anniversary of the accident you can have another nice little ceremony and then take the thing down. What say all of you?