Culture clash at San Jacinto Valley Cemetery

New rules address complaints but ignite further controversy Photo by Robin Underwood / The Valley ChronicleColorful decorations adorn the headstone on the grave of Daniel Ramirez who was murdered in 2016. ■ Robin Underwood / Reporter Depending on religious and ethnic customs, the ways in which we grieve can be dramatically different when mourning the loss of a loved one. San Jacinto Valley Cemetery has had the difficult task of navigating between such customs. It has tried to create standards that suit everyone. Even in light of the new rules and regulations, complaints continue. Within the past two months, a family who had its mother’s ashes placed on the cemetery grounds

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