Final Resting Place:
Mount Zion Cemetery
59-63 54th Avenue
Maspeth (Queens), New York, 11378
Grave Location:Path 28R, Gate 12, Grave 97/98, Map 39 (Beth Avrohom Society)
Grave Location Description
As you drive towards the center of the cemetery, look for Path 28. Walk up the hill and then back down the other side and enter Gate 12 on your left. Walk approximately six graves and look to your right for his upright monument.
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cause_of_death: Multiple gunshot wounds to the head
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popular name: Johnny Ace
date_of_death: December 25, 1954
cause_of_death: Accidental gunshot to the head
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popular name: Carl Lee Cunningham
date_of_death: December 10, 1967
cause_of_death: Plane crash
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