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Memorializing Those Interred November 28, 2008

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If Tears Could Build A
Stairway, And Memories
A Lane, I’d Walk Right Up
To Heaven And Bring
You Home Again.

Memorial Stone in front of the burial location of R.E. Randy Miertschin, b. Mar. 22, 1930 d. Sept. 19, 1991.  This is a dual stone with his wife – who is still living. 

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Memorial Bench next to the burial location of Ruma Mata b. 3-14-1963 d. 2-2-2008. 

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There are also bricks placed around the head area with the name on each brick.  A lovely crucifix stands above the gravestone.

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“If Love Could Have Saved You,
You Would Have Lived Forever.”

Stone next to the grave of Micah Beth Vaughn b. June 10, 1988 d. March 8, 2007 (age 16). The gravestone also has the inscription:

A LIFE SO YOUNG RELEASED TO HEAVEN
LEFT ON EARTH, WE WONDER WHY
SOME ARE SENT AMONG US BRIEFLY
SOME HAVE SPIRITS MEANT TO FLY.

There is also a picture of the deceased on the gravestone.

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All burials at Round Grove Cemetery, Lewisville, Denton County, Texas.

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1. Judy Shubert - December 8, 2008

Very nice post. I really enjoyed reading the memorials and the pictures you took, as well.


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