Supper to raise money for grave markers
Faith in Action, also known as the Greater Rochester Community of Churches, will hold a benefit supper on Sunday, Nov. 3, to raise money for markers for graves of the poor at Oatka Cemetery in Scottsville.
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#1 Oct 28, 2013
#2 Oct 28, 2013
The picture shows Sally Greens grave. Sallys family had plenty to say after she was buried (couple of months after) About how close, loving and caring they were.
What has the close knit loving family done? They weren't all living on the streets or in jail!
They did have plenty to say when they were talking law suits and "someone has to be held accountable"
Well when is the %%^$^&*&%family going to take some responsibility for their own.
Whats that saying? "Cradle to grave"
#3 Oct 28, 2013
What are you going on about?
What does Sally Green have to do with raising money to by headstones?
#5 Oct 29, 2013
Did you even read the first sentence in the post you replied to? You Moron.
Why isn't Sally's family stepping up to the plate? Some brothers and sisters sounded halfway decent at the time of the interviews.
The son sounded like a failed criminal after he got out of jail.
The niece who kept posting on topix how much they love auntie Sally sounded like your typical welfare case.
Yawn, broken record..........ova ans ova ans ova
#7 Oct 29, 2013
See there nimrod.
You made more sense in one sentence than you did with that entire paragraph of dyslexia in the previous post.
What makes you think that her family has some sort of obligation to provide headstones any more than you do?
#8 Oct 29, 2013
Um where do I start. Um..... maybe because they are her family?
I know,Know in some cultures people don't take care of their own, feed, cloth, put a roof over their heads, care for them, send them to school, etc.....
Where were you dragged up?
"What makes you think that her family has some sort of obligation to provide headstones any more than you do?"
I have ZERO obligation, I didn't carer when she was buried in duh card board box and neither dis her family untill they saw $$$$$$$$.
#9 Oct 30, 2013
Dumbarse, the Family had her body exhumed and move to Mt. Hope cemetery.
Full furneral service with a headstone and everything......what's your point?
The picture in the article was from the time when they first located her in Scottsville before re-enturnment.
Now see if you can stay with it this time......
What make you think they have any obligation to provide headstones for people they don't know any more than you do?
#12 Oct 28, 2014
That is a thoughtful way to get grave markers for the poor or homeless. I think it is right to give them a proper burial because they are just a human as you and I . I hope they are able to get a name and a little history about the person so that they know who it was and how old they were. I feel like it is common courtesy to do something like that.
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#13 Mar 26, 2015
This is a great initiative to help replace grave markers for those that have gone before us. I can definitely see how these grave markers are just as important as if the marker were actually a person. These people need to be remembered and respected properly. I sincerely hope that these grave markers can get replaced soon enough that those that have died won't be forgotten.
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