In Honor of Floyd Kenneth Kindsfather at Riverside National Cemetery
December 9, 1932 – July 7, 2020
Riverside National Cemetery is the largest and busiest cemetery managed by the National Cemetery Administration. It was established in 1976 through the transfer of 740 acres from March Air Force Base, which during World War II was called the U.S. Army’s Camp William G. Haan. The cemetery was dedicated and opened for burials Nov. 11, 1978. An additional 181 acres was transferred by the Air Force in 2003.
Burial benefits available include a gravesite in any of the 148 national cemeteries with available space, opening and closing of the grave, perpetual care, a Government headstone or marker, a burial flag, and a Presidential Memorial Certificate, at no cost to the family.
Military Funeral Honors
In addition to the Department of Defense military funeral honors program, “Honoring Those Who Served,” the Riverside National Cemetery Memorial Honor Detail (MHD) is generally available Monday through Friday to provide military funeral honors for veterans. MHD teams are strictly volunteers and vary in size and scope, from folding and presenting the flag only, to full honors with a rifle salute and bugler. All military funeral honors performed by the MHD are provided at NO COST to the family. Once a committal service has been scheduled, families and funeral directors can arrange military honors by calling (951) 300-3216.
Riverside National Cemetery
22495 Van Buren Blvd
Riverside, CA 92518
Thomas Miller Mortuary & Crematory
1118 E. 6TH ST
Corona, CA 92879
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