letter to editor
Please forgive me for any spelling or grammar that is incorrect, it has been a long time since I sat down and composed a letter. Several things have been on my mind lately, some good and some unfortunately bad. That's life though and we deal the the bad as much as the we deal with the good. One thing that stands out to me is the bad lately. To be more direct, my brother Ed Dysart, who passed away June 6, 2012, still to this day has not, in my eyes, received a complete and proper burial. Discussing this with other family members, I have come to the conclusion that it is my GOD given duty and obligation to honor my brother and compose this letter. It has been almost 3 years and he still has not had his tombstone bought and placed. Forgive me, but that is completely unacceptable for the responsible parties or persons, to which my brother deserves. He is a veteran of the US Army, Honorably discharged, an outstanding servant and businessman to the community of Marshall, Missouri, but to me personally, the best brother anyone could have. I hope my letter does not offend, but raise awareness of how much tis means to me see his Dysart family monument placed by his graveside along side of his headstone that was so generously provided by the US Army. Thank you!
Judy Dysart Vest, loving sister