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There are 9 comments on the Daytona Beach News-Journal Online story from May 10, 2013, titled Cemetery worker arrested in theft of bronze markers Daytona Beach a ".... In it, Daytona Beach News-Journal Online reports that:

When a Port Orange woman noticed the bronze markers on her grandparent's gravesite were missing, she thought an employee of the cemetery - someone who knows how to remove plates without damaging the marble - might be responsible.

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Dragonfly Hummingbird

Oviedo, FL

#1 May 14, 2013
Being this guy was an employee of the cemetery, the Lohman's are responsible for replacing the markers. They claim they are just charging what they pay for the markers. Shame on them! There needs to be a class actions suit against them.
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#2 May 14, 2013
Everytime somebody files a frivolous lawsuit, taxes are raised. Volusia County has the second highest tax rate in the state. Did the commission improve Dunlawton ave, or Route 1 ? Crooked lawyers settle out of court and hand the residents the bill/
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#3 May 14, 2013
With Josh Wagner as a county councilman/lawyer you really do not want to do that!
Old Geezer

Crossville, TN

#4 May 15, 2013
That Lowmen's for you take no responsibility what does perpetual care mean ? This also happened in 2012 at the same cemetery, And also all over the country low life druggies that need their fix so lets TAKE some Bronze.. and then you have the scrap dealer that ask no question when Joe Dirt Bag comes in with 50 pounds of melted down bronze.
I say hang them.....
ok

Point Pleasant, WV

#5 May 16, 2013
Omg
Joe

Fort Wayne, IN

#6 May 17, 2013
The truth is once somebody is gone their gone! They can be in heaven hopfully they are safe, it's not an unsmypathetic comment it's a belief that their spirit is anywhere that you want their spirit to be. Keeping them in the ground does not change that. In Volusia County there are enough property restrictions. Religious belief should not determine how land is used!
Ron ullivan

Port Orange, FL

#7 May 21, 2013
I'm a victim, my grant parents bronze grave marker was taken by the employee of Lohmans Funeral Home and sold for scrap metal. I thank that all the victims should get one attorney and sue for replacement of markers.
Dragonfly Hummingbird

Oviedo, FL

#8 Jul 16, 2013
Ron ullivan wrote:
I'm a victim, my grant parents bronze grave marker was taken by the employee of Lohmans Funeral Home and sold for scrap metal. I thank that all the victims should get one attorney and sue for replacement of markers.
I see they caved in and will replace the missing markers. I went by my mother's grave and the vase is missing, so I feel for you. I could not find any one in the office or grounds to complain to. People were driving in and out without any observer when I was there.
oh no

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#9 Aug 8, 2013
NOTHING IS SACRED to some people. What a society we have become. I'm ashamed to be associated to a person who would do this, just by being a human.

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