Article by W. Clay Crook-
Marty Weed, Administrator of the Tennessee Veteran’s Cemetery at Parkers Crossroads, was the special guest speaker for the March 12th meeting of the Lexington Rotary Club. Weed said that the 132 acres at the cemetery, and the chapel, were purchased from local fundraising efforts. There is a 160-year use plan for the cemetery grounds that provides for over 49,000 plots. The lawn crypts already have concrete vaults in place and there are also two columbariums. There is an eight-man team who run the cemetery and there have been…
For complete coverage, see the March 20th edition of The Lexington Progress.