Last week, the GA Voice reported — and we subsequently reported in Neighborhood News — that the operators of a local cemetery were toying with the notion of designating a section where gay families could be buried.
Now it looks like spokesman John Suggs (NOT former CL editor John Sugg) — who went so far as to say an architect was already working on plans for the section — might have been speaking out of turn. Or just making shit up.
From the follow-up story:
A spokesperson for Service Corporation International based in Houston, which owns Crest Lawn Memorial Park cemetery in Atlanta, said today there were never plans to partition off a section of the cemetery for gay people and families.
“The information was pretty much incorrect,” said Jessica McDunn, corporate spokesperson for SEI. “We are not planning a segregated section.”
When they contacted Suggs for comment, he told them he couldn't speak to the media anymore. Perhaps for good reason.
congrats to Rodney, Joeff, Dustin, and Brandon.
and good luck.
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