While touring scenic Ohio this past July, we chanced upon this pattern of marble crosses in the WWII veterans' section of Middletown's Woodside Cemetery. Most of the 167 crosses are memorials, not grave markers, as most of the honored are not actually buried here.
Woodside's chapel was dedicated in 1950 to WWII veterans.
It was the chapel's cool art deco-like top that initially drew my attention.
For another veterans' cemetery, see A Sacred Grove on Route 66.
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