Albright ends half century of serviceDwight Eisenhower was in the White House when Don Albright joined the Greenwood Cemetery board of trustees.
Dwight Eisenhower was in the White House when Don Albright joined the Greenwood Cemetery board of trustees.
Friends, family and colleagues honored him for more than 55 years of dedicated service to the association with an informal gathering at the cemetery office July 8.
Albright’s contributions to the cemetery, founded in 1900, were described as wide-ranging and always future oriented. The operations, equipment and overall appearance of the cemetery are a testament to his impact.
Albright expressed his appreciation for the friendship of current and past board members, and his satisfaction in knowing the cemetery is well prepared for the next 100 years.