DISRESPECT TO THE BODY OF A VIET NAM VETERAN:

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DISRESPECT TO THE BODY OF A VIET NAM VETERAN:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sat May 13, 2017 10:01 pm

05.13.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

ABSOLUTE, COMPLETE, TOTAL DISGUSTING DISRESPECT PAID TO THE BODY AND FAMILY OF A
DECEASED VIET NAM WAR VETERAN BY THE HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME IN FORT OGLETHORPE,
GEORGIA.

I found this to be Incomprehensible.

American's, Veteran's, and Resident's of Georgia should be appalled.


A FUNERAL HOME DISPLAYED A VIET NAM VET'S BODY WITHOUT A COFFIN OVER A PAYMENT DISPUTE:
BY: BRIAN MURPHY

A dispute over payment led to a deceased Vietnam War veteran’s body being placed on a gurney —
not in a coffin — during his visitation at a funeral home in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, according to
pictures posted by his family members.

George Luther Taylor died on May 8. The Army veteran was 71, according to his obituary.

Taylor’s family told WTVC that there was a problem with his life insurance payment and the funeral
home refused to put his body in a coffin. Rather, he was placed on a gurney and partially covered
with an American flag with an towel under his head, according to a photo posted on Facebook.
Taylor’s son James told WTVC that he felt it was a disgrace.

The funeral home said they did what the family asked. The hangup was over $9,000, according to
the family.

“We asked him to be shown, but I didn’t realize they were going to bring him out on the table like
that, open,” James Taylor told WRBC. “I was hoping that they would cover it up a little bit more ...
it was a disrespect to my dad.”

A photo of the scene was posted to Facebook, attracting more than 2,100 shares and nearly 1,000
comments.

Ella Moss, who posted the original message, posted a follow-up message, claiming that the director
of Heritage Funeral Home and the family had come to an agreement and alluding to the funeral home
receiving death threats. Heritage Funeral Home told WTVC that it had received death threats after the
news hit social media. According to WTVC, Taylor’s body was placed in a coffin in time for the funeral
service and burial.

Heritage posted a tribute video to Taylor, who was buried at Chattanooga National Cemetery in
Tennessee with military honors on Friday.

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Respectfully,
BB.
Bruce Patrick Brychek
 
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