|D.E. Keith (#46629586)|
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"Let's talk of graves, worms, and epitaphs;
Make dust our paper and with rainy eyes
Write sorrow on the bosom of the earth,
Let's choose executors and talk of wills"
- William Shakespeare
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|Don McKell||Arbruster graves|
Hello. I just posted a photo of the grave marker for Elmer M. and Verna Armbruster, in Block 75, Row B, grave 1 at Madronia Cemetery in Saratoga, California.
As is my habit, I snoop around the area of a grave I agree to photograph to see if there may be other possible relatives to the subjects. In this case, I found two other Armbruster graves in relatively close proximity to Elmer and Verna.
First is Albert Arthur Armbruster, M.D., whose marker states was born 19 Jan 1917 and who died 6 Sep 2005. It also states he was a pilot in the US Navy in WWII. He is interred in Block 75, Row J, grave 4.
Second is a marker for Edward Daniel Armbruster, which gives his life as ranging from 13 Feb 1920 through 22 Jun 2012. His wife is given as Roma, born 6 Oct 1927. She is apparently still living. This marker is in Block 75, Row P, grave 7.
I photographed both markers. If you are interested, I can upload the pix to a memorial of your choosing, or just provide them to your private email address as an attachment.
Los Gatos, CA