Rob’s Surprise

In life you’ll meet many people and some will become  friends.  If you are lucky one of your friends will step up and do things you would never ask them to do.  Our friend Rob Surabian has become a best friend in the truest meaning of the words.  We normally meet on Sundays to work on cemetery restoration items.  He is often the first person there and gets right to work on projects.  His skills have quickly gone from a curious beginner to a highly skilled craftsman.  October 16th was our last meeting in Clark’s Cemetery.  We headed to Florida to vote and spend the winter in the Florida sunshine.  Yesterday we received an email from Rob with images of the work he had recently completed.  It was amazing that he took the time to spend a day working alone in Clark’s.  If you are looking for someone to do quality work, Rob can be reached at gravesitepreservation@gmail.com or (339) 933-1000.

About Richard Clark

Retired USAF C/HC/MC-130E/H/P/N Flight Engineer, Retired DoDDS Educational Technologist (ET), Clark's Cemetery staff writer, webmaster, Japanese Knotweed chopper, headstone cleaner, and resetter, Whenever possible I'll be at the Essex Shipbuilding Museum scrapping barnacles.
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