the burial book, obtained from former employees,
included "no room for spouse,"
"move Mrs. Kolin" and "dig this
grave double deep." Another
handwritten note said: "Where are Lippitis
and who are Haskells and are they both deceased?
Move Haskell marker."
show "there are several hundred people who
have purchased graves, premium contracts
purchased years ago, that do not have a place to
be laid to rest," said co-counsel Neal Hirschfeld.
of Lake Worth said her parents bought
side-by-side graves in 1982. Her father died in
1994, but another man allegedly was buried next
to him in her mother's grave.
her mother died last year, the cemetery's operators dug
up the man's vault and threw most of his remains in the
woods, according to a former employee.
that some of his remains are still in her grave,"
Stone said. "I am just horrified."
The lawsuit, filed
Wednesday, seeks unspecified damages.
investigated allegations that we thought too heinous to be accurate, too
horrible to be true, over the last several years," Hirschfeld said.
stake settlement claim in Florida Jewish cemetery desecration
Several of the funeral
homes being sued for using the Georgia crematory where hundreds of desecrated
have been found were owned by SCI.