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Family Told They Couldn’t Put the Word JESUS on a Grave Stone

USA Today

After the family of a pastor’s wife was told her cemetery marker could not include the word “Jesus” because some people may be offended, THEY were offended. City of Sterling leaders are now backtracking .

The family of Linda Baker intended to recognize her faith and honor her wishes by engraving her cemetery marker with the word Jesus. The cemetery felt that the name Jesus would be offensive to some.

Sterling city manager Joe Kiolbasa says the cemetery manager, Shawn Rewoldt, was in error and the city will not censor any future religious references on headstones and cemetery markers.

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