There'll always be a Meersman.
Who: Gary Gilmore
Before his execution by firing squad in Utah on January 17, 1977. This was first execution in the United States after 10-years moratorium
After being asked for any last words, Gilmore simply replied, "Let's do it." The Rev. Thomas Meersman, the Roman Catholic prison chaplain, imparted Gilmore's last rites. After the prison physician cloaked him in a black hood, Gilmore uttered his last words to the Father Meersman:
Gary: Dominus vobiscum (Latin translation: "The Lord be with you.")
Meersman: Et cum spiritu tuo ("And with your spirit")
Gary (grinning): There'll always be a Meersman.
TIME Magazine, ed. "After Gilmore, Who's Next to Die", Time Magazine 31 Jan. 1977. Time.com. TIME Magazine Publisher: Time Inc. Web. 23 July 2009.