There have been many people come and go in my life both physically and spiritually. While they may go, I never forget them. My grandmother always thought it was sad for people to pass on and never be remembered and I agree with her. I sort of inherited the family genealogy torch and so I guess it fits that my heart keeps people close.
RE: Lloyd Blumer The cemetery records show that this is the location for his grave but could no stone in the plot or any of the nearby ones. A copy of his obit is on file and available on the cemetery web site.
With him being a veteran the family can get a free military headstone by filling out an application (simple one page). The only cost is you have to pay to have it set once it is delivered to the cemetery which is not a large expense.
RE: Lloyd K Blumer I'm about 5-6 hours away - havn't been to Wheatland in a couple of years. I would think he is there are the memorial shows plot information. Put in a photo request and I am sure you will get a response. Last time I did photos I noticed there was someone responding quickly in Wheatland. Peggy
icon thank you for the comment on my icon -- i have sometimes worried that it might be a little lighthearted for some of the folks here, but I like the Day of the Dead more than Memorial Day, so that's my style!