SILVER CREEK — Ada Corridor-Kinney went to go to her plot at Glenwood Cemetery on the finish of April, to find that the vegetation she had adorned the graves on the plot with had been lacking.

Upon talking to a groundskeeper on the cemetery, she was knowledgeable that there was a string of vegetation on the cemetery being stolen. Now, Corridor-Kinney desires others to know that it is a potential situation. “I’m a really involved and upset citizen, as a result of this isn’t an remoted incident,”she stated. “I’m hoping to deliver consciousness to the appropriate individuals, and this situation will come to an finish.”

Corridor-Kinney stated the stolen plant that was there was private to her, because it belonged to her nephew, who now rests at that plot in Glenwood Cemetery.

Corridor-Kinney stated that she has since changed the plant with a brand new one, which is at present in its infancy. Corridor-Kinney’s expertise in April was her first with any type of vandalism or theft on the cemetery. The substitute plant stays undisturbed at Glenwood Cemetery.

A name was made to Glenwood Cemetery, however the listed telephone quantity for the enterprise is inactive.

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