Final Resting Place:
Evergreen Memorial Park
5505 Northfield Road
Bedford Heights, Ohio, 44146
Grave Location:Section O, Lot 32, Grave 5
Grave Location Description
As you enter the cemetery, stay to the right and after the first hard right then hard left, Mabel’s flat marker is on the right five spaces off the road
Grave Location GPS41.40975, -81.521983
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