Earl Chapman, center, guided a backhoe bucket to position a headstone back to its proper spot Wednesday at the Salyer Cemetery in West Liberty. Chapman, who owns a monument business in Jackson, volunteered his crew's services to help right the 125 to 150 stones that were knocked over by the March 2 tornado. Also helping were Zach Martin, left, and Ben Knowlton.
Earl Chapman, center, guided a backhoe bucket to position a headstone back to its proper spot Wednesday at the Salyer Cemetery in West Liberty. Chapman, who owns a monument business in Jackson, volunteered his crew's services to help right the 125 to 150 stones that were knocked over by the March 2 tornado. Also helping were Zach Martin, left, and Ben Knowlton. Herald-Leader
Earl Chapman, center, guided a backhoe bucket to position a headstone back to its proper spot Wednesday at the Salyer Cemetery in West Liberty. Chapman, who owns a monument business in Jackson, volunteered his crew's services to help right the 125 to 150 stones that were knocked over by the March 2 tornado. Also helping were Zach Martin, left, and Ben Knowlton. Herald-Leader

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