School bus driver and amateur artist Steve Kreuscher of Zion, Chicago, wanted to change his name legally to "In God We Trust":
Kreuscher says the new name would symbolize the help God gave him through tough times.
Kreuscher also told the Daily Herald that he's worried that atheists may be successful in having the phrase "In God We Trust" removed from U.S. currency.
Would his first name be In? http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/chi-ap-il-namechange,0,5824666.story
Not that I mind having the whole state considered as Chicago's back yard. ;-)
And there was me thinking for all these years that the words on Merkin money were 'In Gold we trust'.
Another illusion shattered.