The dedication of the memorial garden occurred on Saturday and stone you engraved was a tremendous success. It worked perfectly to give the space the appropriate feeling and spirit. The fact that the name was carved into the stone was a perfect for a memorial to someone who himself found life in rocks and, together with groups of children, painted impressions and faces on them. The stone you used was large and interesting with it’s layers of color. The Minister who presided at the dedication had an interesting question about it’s origin. She wanted to know which river it came from. Do you keep track of your sources of individual stones? It would be great to know where it came from, if you remember. Thanks again,