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The Hucke gravestone is a Woodmen of the World (W.O.W) style with many tree limbs and logs for the base.  The large urn on top represents immortality, death of the body and its return to the final resting place.  Elmwood Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri Dec. 9, 2001
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The Hucke gravestone is a Woodmen of the World (W.O.W) style with many tree limbs and logs for the base. The large urn on top represents immortality, death of the body and its return to the final resting place. Elmwood Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri Dec. 9, 2001

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The Hucke gravestone is a Woodmen of the World (W.O.W) style with many tree limbs and logs for the base.  The large urn on top represents immortality, death of the body and its return to the final resting place.  Elmwood Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri Dec. 9, 2001
The Hucke gravestone is a Woodmen of the World (W.O.W) style with many tree limbs and logs for the base. The large urn on top represents immortality, death of the body and its return to the final resting place. Elmwood Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri Dec. 9, 2001

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