We recently discovered that our two family gravemarkers had their bronze vases stolen. We were never told by the office. When we contacted them the staff stated more than 20 have been stolen. They called the Police but have done nothing to improve the security of our loved ones' graves. No cameras, no warning or no trespassing signs, no night watchman, no motion detector floodlights, no increased police patrols, they have not even contacted local scrap yards to describe the items and encourage them NOT to accept the vases from graves. The Board Chairman told us to file a claim for the $300 vases with our own insurance. Why doesn't the cemetery have insurance against theft and vandalism on their property? Even if we paid for replacements, they have not taken any steps to prevent the new ones from being stolen. What's next? If the large bronze markers are pried up who will replace them? Perhaps the Board is looking at this as a way to receive more revenue? The more that are stolen, the more they sell! Clearly, the cemetery believes they have no responsibility to the families who have trusted them to protect our loved ones' grave sites all these years. The Board President stated the Board and management have known about this problem for years and yet they have done NOTHING.