Friends at Oakwood Cemetery surprise Bruce Miller by naming the Magnolia Walk of graves in his honor. Miller has led tours through the cemetery for more than 10 years and written a book about its inhabitants. He considers the walk a special place.
Friends at Oakwood Cemetery surprise Bruce Miller by naming the Magnolia Walk of graves in his honor. Miller has led tours through the cemetery for more than 10 years and written a book about its inhabitants. He considers the walk a special place. Josh Shaffer
Friends at Oakwood Cemetery surprise Bruce Miller by naming the Magnolia Walk of graves in his honor. Miller has led tours through the cemetery for more than 10 years and written a book about its inhabitants. He considers the walk a special place. Josh Shaffer

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