A crew from Cumberland Concrete recently traveled to Shanksville, Pa., to pour concrete for an entrance pad to the Remember Me Rose Garden. The garden will feature 40 plots in honor of the passengers of Flight 93. Craig Miller of Cumberland Concrete, left, is seen here with Clay Mankamyer, vice president of Remember Me Rose Garden organization and director of the Flight 93 garden.
Cumberland Concrete to construct entrance pad from main road for Remember Me Rose Garden — Flight 93
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