From the Daily Plainsman

May 6, 2018

To the Editor:
This letter speaks to the deteriorating condition of Restlawn Memory Gardens and respect for those buried there. Because we live out of state, we’re unable to self-maintain my father’s gravesite at Restlawn.


From the Daily Plainsman

May 6, 2018

After months of little or no indication of any activity, spring work was taking place Tuesday at Restlawn Memory Garden south of Huron.


Article in South Dakota War College

May 2, 2018

Here is a link to an article in the South Dakota War College, a political website


Report by angela kennecke from Kelo

April 30, 2018

Here are the links to the outstanding two-part story by Angela Kennecke


To the Editor:

The daughters of former Dakota Wesleyan University professor Ralph Roth are reaching out to others who have encountered difficulties with Restlawn Memory Gardens south of Huron. 


A former Huron resident wants to hear from others who are having issues with Restlawn Memory Gardens. 


The daughters of a well-known former Huron couple are concerned that the cremains of their parents won’t be properly interred with markers at a memorial service they are planning at Restlawn Memory Gardens, based on dozens of complaints filed with the state by other cemetery clients.


Families say an eastern South Dakota cemetery is making a difficult time even more painful. 



 

More than two dozen formal complaints lodged against Restlawn Memory Gardens south of Huron are part of an active investigation being conducted by the South Dakota Attorney General’s office.