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Flowers stolen from father’s grave

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By The Staff

To the editor,

I try to picture what kind of person would take flowers off a person’s grave.

My dad passed away Dec. 31 and was buried Jan. 5. I went to the cemetery a few days later and my flowers were gone.

It’s hard for me to think that someone can be so low and dirty. But you know what they know who they are and so do I, but most of Daddy knows and so does God. So no matter if you think you got by with it. You just remember that someone seen you and you will have to face him one day and what are you going to say to him.

Beverly Ritchie


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