Greg Lake was the figure head of Emerson Lake and Palmer. The figure head is always the most important and recognizable. He was the leader of the band. He used his leadership to make the band great, and his passing is sad. In the end, history will remember him as the face of the band.
Yes, Greg Lake will likely be remembered as the most accomplished member of Emerson, Lake & Palmer (ELP). The late Lake will be remembered as a supremely talented singer, musician, songwriter, and producer. His recordings include the hit single "I Believe In Father Christmas," which is a song with a lot of impact.
As the founding member of Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Greg Lake will be remembered as the most well-recognized member of the band. He was also co-founder of the band King Crimson, which I think makes him the most accomplished band member. He was also an accomplished singer and played several instruments, including bass and guitar.
There are many reasons to disagree with the death penalty, but to me the main reason is that someone can't learn to remorse what they have done if they are already dead. A much more suitable punishment would be to give them the basics to live, and time to reflect on their crime. It would be a much tougher punishment if those locked up didn't know if or when their punishment would end.