By A.E. Sarver
The Spoons for Fork show on March 28 revealed the death of a beloved member of their group, Caren Fork.
Caren Fork worked as a receptionist at the Cripple Creek March Census Bureau. She fell in love often, but didn’t settle down until she found out her true love, Alexander Kingsley, was a robot.
After fighting off penguins and surviving a tragedy, she ended up retiring from the Cripple Creek March Census Bureau. She settled down with the boss of the bureau.
Caren ended up having six children even though they were very old. Unfortunately she died in childbirth with her 7th child at the ripe age of 96.
They named the child Alexander Kingsley in honor of the late great Alexander Kingsley.
“She will be missed. Every year, another one always seems to bite the dust, and this last show, it was at Cripple Creek,” Matthew Jones, member of Spoons for Forks said.