Don't forget Cardinal Sin (Jaime Cardinal Sin) of the Philippines.
There was a local realitor by the name of Helen Wait. For a while she had a sign that said, "For all your reality needs, go to Helen Wait". Loved it.
edit: doing some research, it's spelled "Waite". It's been too many years and I don't see any reference to her online, but there's quite a few other professionals with that name as well. And quite a few novelty signs for offices that play off that name.
Well, at least his last name's not Dead. 'Cause then if his first name was Issac and his middle name was Mike, he'd be...
When I was young a friend of mine had his hernia repaired by a Dr. Stump. Don't think I'd go near him for a circumcision.
My grammar school's principal's name was Mr. Grim. I always thought that was a great name for a grammar school principal.
Here's an interesting quote from Wiki's surnames entry:
Most surnames of British origin fall into six types:
Occupations (e.g., Smith, Archer, Baker, Dyer, Walker, Woodman)
Personal characteristics (e.g., Short, Brown, Whitehead, Long)
Geographical features (e.g., Hill, Lee, Wood, Fields)
Place names (e.g., London, Hamilton, Sutton, Flint, Laughton)
For those descended from land-owners, the name of their holdings, manor or estate
Patronymics and ancestry, often from a male's given name (e.g., Richardson, Williams, Johnson) or from a clan name (for those of Scottish origin, e.g., MacDonald, Forbes) with "Mac" Scottish Gaelic for son.
My mother's maiden name, for example, falls into the last category.