Final Resting Place:
280 Secor Road
Hartsdale, New York, 10530
Grave Location:Unit 4, Alcove C, Private Memorial Niche 1
Grave Location Description
As you enter through the gold doors of the Ferncliff Cemetery Mausoleum, turn right at the first hallway, then left, then right again. Walk down the hall two niches and turn right. Kern’s marble wall unit is at eye level in Unit 4, Alcove C.
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popular name: Louis Prima
date_of_death: August 24, 1978
cause_of_death: Cerebral hemorrhage followed by a 3 year waking coma
best_know_for: Proud son of Italian immigrants and a talented band leader, trumpter, composer and singer Louis Prima developed his talent earning the title "King of the Vegas Lounges" and "The Wildest Act in Las Vegas." With poker-faced Keely Smith's cool image and melodic vocals coupled with Prima's inspired clowning and factured Italian dialect scat singer augmented by the backing band of Sam Butera and the Witnesses, Prima would wail wildly into the wee hours of the morning.
Lisa "Lefteye" Lopes
popular name: Lisa "Lefteye" Lopes
date_of_death: April 25, 2002
cause_of_death: Fracture of the base of the cranium and open cerebral trauma due to an automobile accident
best_know_for: For many, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes simply was TLC who jacked the pop charts with a blend of soul and rap that preached safe sex and self-reliance. Two years after their first album was released, TLC went on to garner international fame with their second album CrazySexyCool selling over 4 million albums. On April 25th, just weeks before her 31st birthday, the outspoken Lopes died in a car wreck while on a spiritual retreat at a “healing village” in Honduras.
popular name: Sandy Denny
date_of_death: April 21, 1978
cause_of_death: Traumatic mid-brain hemorrhage and blunt force trauma from several falls
best_know_for: Sandy Denny has been described as the pre-eminent British folk rock singer who was successful as a solo artist and as the lead singer of the British folk rock band Fairport Convention. For most fans of classic rock, she is remembered as the only female voice to ever grace a Led Zeppelin song. Sadly she suffered from depression, alcoholism, and self-harm which took it's toll on her personal and professional life. She died after a series of falls from stairwells that were labeled "accidental" by the coroners office.