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Maynard's Headstone

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Hello everyone. This is LadyAnn, UCD's wife. His headstone was set yesterday. I was there today and saw it. I took some pictures and wanted to post one here. It came out very nice. His Allis-Chalmers garden tractor is engraved in the lower right and his Disabled American Veteran's emblem in the lower left. I think the stone masons did a good job on it.

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It's very nice. I wish I could have known Maynard personally like so many members have. I bought my Mom's headstone almost 2 years ago. I know the thought put into this. Thank you for sharing this with us.

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