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David Eastburn (#46500100)
 member for 15 years, 6 months, 17 days
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Bio Photo I am a future resident of The Great Mausoleum of Forest Lawn, in Glendale, California. My niche (20817) faces W.C. Fields in the Columbarium of Nativity. I used to leave flowers for my Mother and W.C. every other week until Michael Jackson and his fans moved onto the premises, lol. I enjoy the history and art of cemeteries, and photographing them. This was my first statue, "The Butterfly Baby", by Bruno Pattorino. It sits in the Columbarium of Security on Gardenia Terrace of the Great Mausoleum. [Click on this photo to enlarge]. I also have an original statue of "Cupid's Choice" by Donatello Gabbrielli in the Hall of Inspiration (Holly Terrace) that is adjacent to the Columbarium of Nativity where my Mom is inurned and where I will be with her one day. I also have a bronze statue of "The Rising Sun" by Adolph Weinman in the Columbarium of Sanctuaries next to The Last Supper stained glass window on Memorial Terrace, Court of Honor. I recently purchased my fourth statue (marble) of "Little Friends" by Pietro Bazanti, (on Holly Terrace), and dedicated it to my late neighbor and friend, LaVonne Rose Potter. It stands in the Sanctuary of Redemption atop the grand staircase leading from The Last Supper stained glass window up to my niche in the Columbarium of Nativity (Holly Terrace). (Click on all photos on Mom's site to enlarge and to get descriptive text).


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Sally Randol-Hardy
Thank you!
The information on Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale) is excellent!
Added by Sally Randol-Hardy on Mar 17, 2017 1:27 PM
Aurorae Little♥UE
# 172602353 Cohen Marsha sponsor
Thank you David for your sponsorship! I put alot of hours into this for others, nice to get some appreciation in the works too.. God Bless!
Added by Aurorae Little♥UE on Mar 16, 2017 3:43 PM
Lieut Nathan Bernard Cohen
Thank you for sponsoring this memorial!
Added by Arborist on Mar 07, 2017 8:11 PM
Kathleen Dearborn
I am hoping to find you are the same David Eastburn I knew from the 70's. My David was a nurse at Children's Hospital. Hoping to reconnect
Added by Kathleen Dearborn on Dec 26, 2016 11:35 AM
Just wanted to say hello and hope all is well.
Added by liz on Dec 23, 2016 5:52 AM
Neer Boys
Hello Friend, Thanks for sponsoring these two fine boys, Billy & Cole, taken from us much too soon. It is their Angel Day today. That is a wonderful statue of The baby with butterfly. You are very talented. Best Regards: Jeannie
Added by Jeannie on Sep 04, 2016 8:07 AM
RE: re: Nancy Green sponsorship
The pics are really nice!
Added by suef on Sep 04, 2016 6:18 AM
RE: re: Nancy Green sponsorship
Thanks for clarifying that -- I've never seen an actual photo of her before. : )
Added by suef on Aug 31, 2016 4:55 PM
re: Nancy Green sponsorship
Hello Mr. Eastman:
Just want to thank you for sponsoring this listing. Are the photos you've added of the actual Mrs. Green?

Added by suef on Aug 30, 2016 6:53 PM
RE: Photography
Thank you for your reply, I only just noticed it, they used to let you know when a reply was in.I would like to see your pictures. I think the best e-mail to use would be; The yesac mail is only used on the Find A Grave site. Talking of statues, Captain Smith of the Titanic had a statue made of himself standing proudly on the bridge , it was for display in his home town on Stoke. However, after the Titanic sank they didn't want it so it was stuck in a remote corner of some park up north , under the trees, where the birds all did their business. Looks a sad but strangely comical sight now. My favourite statues are the little cherubs and those in the animal cemetery at Ilford. I look forward to seeing your work
Added by Ticker on Aug 05, 2016 7:07 AM
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