Big Joe Turner
Final Resting Place:
Roosevelt Memorial Park Cemetery
18255 S Vermont Avenue
Gardena, California, 90248
Grave Location:Section 3358, Space 4
Grave Location Description
As you enter the cemetery from the Vermont Street entrance, drive into the cemetery and stay to the right. Drive 300 feet and park at Marker 3355 (as seen on the right-hand curb). Walk four rows into the section on your right to the final resting place of the Boss of the Blues.
Grave Location GPS33.86525,-118.2940497
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