Re: Ethical Question, Found Date Discrepany on Cemetary Headstone #general
Dear Deborah,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
This one really threw me too. I can see why it's so difficult to decide.
I asked my husband and my sons 8 and 10 (sometimes kids do know more than
we do:)) We discussed it for about 15 minutes at dinner and came to this
conclusion. If the stone can be fixed, for minimal cost, tell them, and
then tell them that you will take care of it. Otherwise let it be, while
they are living, and then change it, if you can afford to do so. In either
case, make sure the management of the cemetery knows that the discrepancy
exists so that they, at least, will give the correct information. Publish
the true dates for future generations.
Sheila and Allen Greenfield
"Deborah L. Sterling" wrote:
While checking the information on a Declaration of Intention and then