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Rose Hill Cemetery holds open house

September 10, 2010
  • People walk through the main office of Rose Hill Cemetery which was originally a crypt when built in 1906. Rose Hill Cemetery welcomed visitors Friday to celebrate its newly updated facility. More than $100,000 in renovations transformed the 1906 building into a modern office, officials said. Board of Trustees President Roger Finn said the renovations included transforming the cemetery's crypt into additional office space. Cemetery Executive Vice President Bill Divelbiss said the building had not been renovated in more than 30 years.
Ric Dugan, Staff Photographer

Rose Hill Cemetery welcomed visitors Friday to celebrate its newly updated facility. More than $100,000 in renovations transformed the 1904 building into a modern office, officials said. Board of Trustees President Roger Finn said the renovations included transforming the cemetery's crypt into additional office space. Cemetery Executive Vice President Bill Divelbiss said the building had not been renovated in more than 30 years.

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