The more I look at that headline the more it looks like a story from The Onion, but it's true.
Fredric Baur, a chemist who worked for Proctor & Gamble and designed the Pringles Potato Chip can, died earlier this month at age 89. His request was that part of his ashes be buried in one of the Pringles cans, and that request was granted. The rest of his ashes were put into a regular urn. Both containers were buried at Arlington Memorial Gardens in Springfield, Township, OH.
Baur created many products for the company, but he'll probably be best remembered for the Pringles can, because it didn't just allow for the chips to be stacked, it really became part of pop culture.