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Very beautiful cemetery, almost like a well landscaped park. In spring there are thousands of blooming azaleas. The paved walkways are very easy walking. At dawn and dusk you can see deer browsing among the head stones. Walking the pathways we enjoyed reading the inscriptions...More
My father was in the Air Force. He is still alive, but my mother passed away 2 years ago and is buried here. My father will be buried with her when he passes away. The grounds are beautifully maintained. It is such a tribute to...More
If is worth going out of your way to visit this hollowed place. It is easy to get to, and to find someone who is interned here, either using the automated screen or the very helpful staff at the visitors center. Come in December and...More
we went to visit a friend's grave. they have set up a very easy-to-use kiosk to locate any grave. with it being so huge, it was a relief to have no trouble finding the information on the kiosk. then, they provide a map of all...More
We come to honor our son's passing every year on Memorial Day. The National Cemetery treated his burial with honor and dignity, and made his whole family feel special. They helped us make arrangements for his service, and for a luncheon afterwards at a local...More
We arrived to visit my mom's grave site the day after she was buried. Accompanying the casket was a huge spray of roses and 2 large bouquets of cut flowers. We were shocked to see NO flowers at the grave, only ferns and pots. We...More
My wife and I visited this beautifully maintained national cemetery, and even though it has been open for less than thirty years, it already has over 130,000 graves. It is a humbling experience to visit here.
The best thing I can tell you is to check with the staff at the cemetery. They are there during business hours and are usually very helpful. Remember that what you leave will probably be picked up by the staff in order to... More
The best thing I can tell you is to check with the staff at the cemetery. They are there during business hours and are usually very helpful. Remember that what you leave will probably be picked up by the staff in order to keep the grounds hallowed and presentable to all. Gary.