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Remembering Louis Davenport

The gravesite of Louis Davenport at Riverside Memorial Park. (Courtesy of Tom McArthur)
The gravesite of Louis Davenport at Riverside Memorial Park. (Courtesy of Tom McArthur)

Yesterday I had the privilege of walking with some Friends of the Davenport to remember on his death day, Louis Davenport, who left behind the Davenport Hotel.

It was a glorious day for the short stroll in Riverside Memorial Park. And it was refreshing to see how simple Davenport's gravesite looks.

He didn't need a huge monument in death, explained Dennis Murphy, president of Heritage Funeral Home because "his monument is the hotel."

Davenport "checked out" of life July 28, 1951.

(Photo courtesy of Tom McArthur)

 




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