About ten days ago, I wrote about Marcos Aleman, a coworker, union brother and friend who passed away from pancreatic cancer.
Despite his death, Milwaukee County Emperor Chris Abele wanted him fired.
Fortunately, Abele was foiled again and the charges against Marcos were dropped.
Even better, the members of the Milwaukee County Board's Health and Human Needs Committee took a few minutes to give remark and appreciation to Marcos' hard work and commitment to the community he served with pride.
I thank those county supervisors for remembering him.
I am also glad that Marcos can now finally rest in peace.
Godspeed, my friend.