|History of the Cemetery Board|
He mowed the grass, marked and dug graves and practically lived out at “his” cemetery until the last few years. He died in 2005. Jim Bock took his place but also worked at his own business
She kept track of all burials and sales of sites, payment of bills, etc. (Ed.Note: Burials were noted on butcher paper charts. Many items in the ledger were written in pencil, so are quite faded out now. She wrote in teeny penmanship – beautiful as it was – which makes it very hard to read her notes. Most burials were passed on to Doris on little slips of paper to record on the charts in the office and on Doris’ charts at home. She had her own system which consisted of recording each event in 10 different places or books. Overkill.)
After her husband Lester died in 2003 she developed various health problems, slowing her down quite a bit. When Tom Kwapil came on board in 2005 he started to help her out paying the bills, etc. and eventually took over as Treasurer.