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Families still have no headstones after two years

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DECATUR, Ala. (WHNT) - Anita Crow and Pat Little said they are looking for closure after months of waiting for Burningtree Memorial Gardens to lay headstones on their husbands' graves. Cemetery management has promised Crow and Little the markers would be placed for months, but they are still waiting. Crow and Little lost their husbands to COVID-19. They have since visited them at Burningtree Memorial Gardens in Decatur at graves that remain bare…
2 months ago·Decatur, United States

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Families still have no headstones after two years

DECATUR, Ala. (WHNT) - Anita Crow and Pat Little said they are looking for closure after months of waiting for Burningtree Memorial Gardens to lay headstones on their husbands' graves. Cemetery management has promised Crow and Little the markers would be placed for months, but they are still waiting. Crow and Little lost their husbands to COVID-19. They have since visited them at Burningtree Memorial Gardens in Decatur at graves that remain bare…

2 months ago·Huntsville, United States
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