'Fix my grandfather's grave,' she pleads

Rachelle Low is distressed that her grandfather's grave has been allowed to disintegrate.
Rachelle Low is distressed that her grandfather's grave has been allowed to disintegrate.

WOOD COUNTY -- Rachelle Low is angry because a family grave is being disrespected, she says.

She recently visited the grave of her grandfather, a Korean War vet who was buried at Wood County Memory Gardens almost a year ago. The loss was tough, and the healing process hasn't been any better because the cemetery hasn't repaired damage done to the grave by a back hoe.

So, Low contacted Call 11 for Action problem solver Mika Highsmith.

"To see they're not getting the respect and the honor they deserve by a cemetery where they're supposed to be remembered is disgusting," Low says about the incident two months ago that created a sink hole.

"They didn't fix it properly, and they said they'd come out and do it," Low says. "Even on the back of the deed they brought when they brought the plot it said there will be special landscaping and a statue and everything."

Mika contacted the owners of the cemetery, but the person was not available. She hopes to hear from them soon.

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