My mother in law, Martha passed away 6 days before her 91st birthday in California. We held a memorial service in Elk Grove on her birthday. We then took her remains to Monte Vista CO for a catholic rosary and mass, then on to Ft. Logan in Denver, so she could be with her beloved Ted. Ted was a WW II Vet of the 10th Mountain Divison. Mothers Day was not a good day for Martha as he died on that day many years ago. Since we are in Calif, Seattle, and Nebraska, we don't get to visit the grave much. We cannot remember what we chose to be inscribed on the headstone and I would love someone to go there and send me a picture. The florist that I used on Mothers Day wouldn't do it, nor would the office.
RE: Kenny Ledford Hello Leslie, Yes, thank you so much. My son (48 yrs old) is thrilled to finally see his Dad's headstone. We all did attend his ceremony but the headstones weren't there then. You are most kind to do this volunteer work. It makes a difference in people's lives. The photo looked like the engraver put Kenney's name to far to the right off center or was that just the angle of the camera? If so no problem we appreciate your time and efforts.
Thank you again for making the drive to the Folsom Cemetery and making all the photos for me. Also thank you for taking the extra step and looking up the census info. All of your work is really appreciated. Ginny