December 28, 2018: Meeting for Oak Lawn Cemetery
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December 28, 2018: Meeting for Oak Lawn Cemetery

Historic Oak Lawn Cemetery Foundation 2018 All rights reserved

December 28, 2018: Meeting for Oak Lawn Cemetery

Pictures from the meeting held on December 28, 2018, at the East Suffolk Recreation Center. Those present include Deacon Sam Jones, Suffolk Virginia Disabled American Veterans (DAV) #5, Otis Richards, and members of the Historic Oak Lawn Cemetery Foundation. Huge thanks to
Delegate C. E. (Cliff) Hayes, Jr. (VA House Dist. 77), Vice Mayor Leroy Bennett, Councilman Curtis Milteer, and Francis McNair for all of her key assistance at the meeting, and a sincere “thank you” to all who attended in support of this important endeavor.

Historic Oak Lawn Cemetery Foundation 2018 All rights reserved
(l-r) Francis McNair; Reginald H. Dirtion, President, Historic Oak Lawn Cemetery Foundation; Otis Richards; Deacon Sam Jones, Suffolk, Virginia Disabled American Veterans (DAV) #5; Councilman Curtis Milteer; Rev. Oulaniece Saunders, Vice President, Historic Oak Lawn Cemetery Foundation; Wilbur Holland, Jr., Treasurer, Historic Oak Lawn Cemetery Foundation; Vice Mayor Leroy Bennett; Delegate C. E. (Cliff) Hayes, Jr. (VA House 77); Nadia K. Orton, Secretary/Historian, Historic Oak Lawn Cemetery Foundation.
Suffolk, Virginia, December 28, 2018.
Nadia Orton
pacificadare@gmail.com

Professional genealogist and public historian. Graduate of Duke University. President of the Sacred Grounds Project, Inc. Studying historic African American cemeteries and communities.

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