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A mound of excavated dirt lay on the graves of the families’ other loved ones.I tracked down Har Zion owner Robert Feldman, a Miami aviation attorney who manages the cemetery from afar.Ronnie Polaneczky, a journalist for 30 years, is a Metro columnist at the Daily News, where she has won numerous journalism awards for listening to the city she loves and telling its stories in ways that get to the heart of who we are. Pulliam Journalism Fellowship for her coverage of elderly parents who are still responsible for the care of their intellectually disabled, aging children. That’s when they find a column I wrote last year about how I took a shovel to Har Zion to finish burying a grandmother whose family was sickened by how her interment was handled.You can watch her TEDx Philadelphia Talk, "The Power of Deliberate Listening," at: https://youtu.be/A343tl P5i UA Har Zion is located on Mac Dade Boulevard in Collingdale, behind an Aldi supermarket. Cemetery workers had left two sheets of battered plywood atop the woman’s grave, weighted down with cinder blocks and bricks.“But if I ever hit the lottery, the first thing I’ll do is move my parents to another cemetery.” Then there are those who contacted Har Zion for basic info about deceased kin.Gloria Pressman, who lives out of state, needed ancestors’ birth and death dates.So there was this one week when I didn’t know what was happening. It’s only since we’ve got through it that she has been able to tell me how it was the worst seven days of her life.’The guitarist said he was adamant that whatever happened, he wasn’t going to undergo chemotherapy.
In an exclusive interview with The Mail on Sunday’s Event magazine today, the 70-year-old tells how the diagnosis, which he has kept secret until now, led to the darkest period of his life.
There was a week when everything hung in the balance and it could have been curtains, time to say goodbye.’Wood – who quit smoking a week before his one-year-old twins Gracie and Alice were born – was diagnosed three months ago during a routine medical with the band’s doctor Richard Dawood.
On this occasion, Dawood asked Wood if he could ‘go deeper’ and check the star’s heart, lungs and blood. ‘And then he came back with the news that I had this supernova burning away on my left lung. I knew I hadn’t had a chest X-ray since I went into Cottonwood [a rehab clinic in Tucson, Arizona] in 2002.
Another woman, who asks to be anonymous so as not to jeopardize a complaint she has filed against Har Zion with the Pennsylvania Department of State, showed me photos of her parents’ grave site, its stone askew, one side devoid of grass.
“My husband and I are not wealthy people,” she says.
Feldman says calls were not being forwarded to him reliably by staff.