BATTLE GROUND, Ind. (WLFI) - Anger is being put to rest after a lawn care company steps up to take care of a formerly unkept cemetery.
Now family members of the deceased are showing their gratitude for that company.
K & G Reliable Lawn Care has been mowing the Battle Ground Cemetery for about a month now.
Co-Owner of K & G George Brunson said each time he and his partner Katy Stewart come to mow he notices more flowers on headstones.
Brunson said the most rewarding part of the job is when people stop him while he's mowing.
"Those people are telling us how nice it looks," Brunson said. "It makes me feel good that people are enjoying and liking what we do."
Brunson says it took them nearly 40 hours to mow the cemetery the first time. Now, it takes about half the time.
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