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Springfield National Cemetery, Springfield

Categories: Cemeteries, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
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  • Very beautifully decorated, very well maintained. I have seen many veterans cemeteries, but this one is fabulous. The crew should be very proud. 
  • There are programs for Memorial Day (and Indenpendence Day). The cemetery is decorated and our Nation's history and those who protect it are honored. 
  • Everyone should visit a national cemetery sometime, just to reflect on the sacrifices of those who were willing to step up and defend our country when they were called upon. 
  • Unfortunately I have to give people the honest truth. To those who are thinking about having their loved one buried here...don't The people whom bury your loved one are there for community service. correct the ones burying your loved one do not care about properly doing anything and then lie about the hours those people have serviced at the facility as well. Bury your loved one at a place that respects the dead, the ceremonies, etc. This is not the same as hazelwood cemetery which is a better and yet slightly attached to this unfortunately ran mess. Avoid this place at all costs including those doing community service
  • This is a very nice cemetary to walk around in. It has a great feel to it and is always well groomed.
  • Memorial day ceremonies are well done - but grounds are open to the public most days - can go pay your respects anytime.
  • back in 01 the cemetery of national/ hazelwood/temple of isreal had a bad vandalism in the cemetery red paint covered the memorial wall memorial to confederate soldiers,stole several headstone's in hazelwood,an temple of isreal had every grave smashed since the va stepped in it been very well mantiand stop the hate why vandalize a grave of a person u don't even know why
  • Lewden McCullough Enslen--WWII
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