Thank You Dad, this year’s memorial won’t be the Same , but I am With You in Spirit. I Love You….

To my beloved parents Christ & Marie Lekorenos

She was my babysitter but I went to her house well into my teens. Her name was Elma but we all knew her as Spracky. She had a wonderful heart, and a no nonsense approach in keeping me in line. Just what I needed. I am forever grateful that she was a part of my…

Pat Lewis passed away almost three years ago. Most people know her from her 42 years of work with Victorian Village, but she also was involved with Green Lawn Abbey. Pat was chosen to serve as the guardian for my only child, Lisa if anything happened to my husband or me. She immediately became so…

My beloved best friend and adopted mother passed in 2015

As the researcher for GLA, I owe everything to Susie Kibler Morris and her enthusiasm to share the story of the Kibler family as she was “the last leaf on the vine” as she told me in our first interview in 2013. In her early 90’s at the time, she was still very mentally sharp…

11 years gone, Dad would be 71 years old had he not passed in 2009. My Dad was a storyteller – whether he knew it or not. He loved talking to people and usually didn’t know a stranger. He’d always tell me stories of the Columbus, Oh of his youth and although he did have…

Aunt Peggy, my Dad’s sister, was my favorite Aunt growing up.She always let me spend the night at her house, and we’d watch old movies while having pizza and sodas. She, like my Dad, was a storyteller (with the same habit of “entertaining the truth” to make some things sound better).She just about always had…

My wife Ginny Sanderson, who passed away a year and a half ago, loved working on and supporting Green Lawn Abbey. As do I, she loved the history, the stained glass, the architecture and the incredibly wonderful people we meet while working together to preserve this fantastic landmark. Thanks to all who continue to support…

This post is in memory of our dear friend Jeff Glasser. Although he was an excellent professional photographer, he donated his services to the Abbey because we had no money, and he loved what we were doing. Every time we did Tales From the Crypt, he would take the best pictures of our actors in…

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