We’re planning on being there tomorrow for the Memorial Day service’ this is a place of memories and history. One of the best speeches I ever heard was delivered here impromptu by Ruth Ketteringham at the Memorial Day service in 2006, a few months before her death at age 99 at the end of July. She was in a very special place at the time and spoke in metaphors that transcended our particular service, yet applied beautifully. I remember she spoke of God, water, gifts, stewardship, conservation, and creation.
Gloria put this notice on a couple of our other blogs earlier this evening:
Who: A group of friends and neighbors are called together by another neighbor Rick Nicholson each year to remember those who served our country—living and dead. We give thanks for those who protected the freedoms of our country so that we can live without fear.
When: Monday May 25, 2009
Where: Denison Cemetery, 2300 Ellen Alley, Cleveland, Ohio 44109
Turn left Off Pearl Road onto Garden Avenue (north of Denison Avenue)
Posted by Gloria Ferris at 5/24/2009 07:16:00 PM
More background on the former Brooklyn Centre Burying Ground is at pp. 119-120 in Reflections from Brooklyn Centre: Presentations and Oral Histories from The Brooklyn Centre Historical Society. Links to information on the cemetery appear at--