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Forest Lawn Covina Hills
Covina Hills, Los Angeles County, California

21300 E. Via Verde St.
Covina, CA 91724
(800) 204-3131

Lat: 34° 03' 46"N, Lon: 117° 50' 16"W

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 16.

Contributor's Index:

Adamson, Aubert Franklin, b. 8 Oct 1899 Willow Springs MO, d. 19 Dec 1972 Glendora CA, bur. 21 Dec 1972, [LS]
Cox, George Washington, b. Jan.29, 1904, d. Dec 116, 1967, s/o Preston Clark Cox, I.S.3, Lot 1206, Serenity, [GC]
Davis, Robin Lorraine, b. May 8, 1960, d. Nov 29, 1974, [CR]
Davis, Tamara Jean, b. Jan 18, 1959, d. Nov 29, 1974, [CR]
Fritz, Corbin, b. 1970-71, bur. 1983, [CY]
Gillott, Leo Eugene , no dates, [JG]
Johnson, Wilbur Willard, b. 4 Jun 1937 Marion Co. OR, d. 6 Dec 2002 Victorville, CA, s/o Alice R. Jurey and Clarence Wallace Johnson, [MT]
Kritzer, Timothy Jay, b. Oct 2, 1959, d. Apr 15, 1998, [CR]
Mercier, Alice, b. 1901, d. 1986, w/o Raoul Mercier, [RB]
Mercier, Ralf, b. 3 Aug 1923, d. 17 Nov 1989, s/o Raoul and Alice Mercier, [RB]
Mercier, Raoul J., b. 7 Jul 1898, d. 28, Oct 1976. h/o Alice Mercier, [RB]
Mercier, Ruth Darlene, b. 27 Dec 1927 d. 2 Dec 1984, w/o Ralf Mercier, d/o Carl and Bertha Knott(s), [RB]
O'Dell, Pfc. Danny Thomas, Sep 19, 1948, d. Apr 19, 1969, s/o Jack and Evelyn O'Dell, [DD]
Ruth, Betty Mae Phillips, b. 13 Sep 1921, d. 14 Aug 1991, bur. 17 Aug, 1991, Golden Dawn, [DO]
Threadgill, Susan Diane, b. Jun 30, 1960, d. Mar 18, 1984, [CR]
Walker, Charles M., b. Feb 14, 1936, d. Dec 11, 1997, Oldest of 3 brothers, [SW]

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