To your first question the answer is “yes”. Adolph Rickenbacker is a distant cousin of America’s top flying ace Eddie Rickenbacker.
Final Resting Place:
Loma Linda Memorial Park
701 E Bastanchury Road
Fullerton, California, 92835
Grave Location:Mountain View Lawn, Plot 19
Grave Location Description
As you enter the cemetery (with the office on your right) continue straight on Buena Vista Way until you come to Coronita Lawn. Turn right and park on the far south side of Mountain View Lawn on the sharp curve at the intersection of Circle Drive and Grandview Drive. Walk to the big tree, second row to the right, 13th marker from the street and there you will find Adolph Rickenbacker resting next to his wife.
Grave Location GPS33.90193928055318, -117.91800470607946
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