This must be some sort of record. I just received a piece of mail here at the radio station addressed to a guy who's been deceased for almost 20 years and hasn't worked here since the mid-80's.   And this wasn't one of those cases where it was lost in the mail for years.   This was a recent mailing.

Ironically the words on the envelope promoted something called "The Art of Staying Connected". I'm certainly no expert, but not updating a mailing list for 30 years doesn't seem very 'connected' to me.

I wonder if the Mayo Clinic still gets letters addressed to Dr. Charlie or Dr. Will.

(FYI...Out of respect, I covered up the dearly departed's name.  However I can understand why someone would want to connect with him, he was a great guy).