This bit is from Bev Turner, a member of EWGS and the Region 7 rep for WSGS. She writes:
"I began doing genealogy while living in Zillah about 16 years ago, but I didn’t discover that I had a great aunt buried in the neighboring town of Yakima until a few weeks ago. That gave me a couple of weeks to discover exactly where she was buried. On the way to the WSGS retreat in May, I left Spokane early enough to go to the Terrace Heights cemetery and was able to find her grave. Between streams of water from their sprinkler I was able to take this picture. Another ancestor found!"
Don't we all love genealogy success stories!