Arlington Cemetery Co

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Arlington Cemetery Co
Arlington Cemetery Co is listed in the Cemeteries & Memorial Parks category in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania. Displayed below is the only current social network for Arlington Cemetery Co which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Arlington Cemetery Co on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 76.

Contact information for Arlington Cemetery Co is:
2900 State Rd
Drexel Hill, PA 19026
(610) 259-5800

"Arlington Cemetery Co" - ZapScore Report

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Arlington Cemetery Co has an overall ZapScore of 76. This means that Arlington Cemetery Co has a higher ZapScore than 76% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania is 33 and in the Cemeteries & Memorial Parks category is 36. Learn more about ZapScore

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Corporal Philip R. Wahl (1947 - 1967) Philip Wahl, a resident of Sharon Hill PA, graduated from Sharon Hill High School in 1965. He was a self made athlete, who became a Delco East All-Star Football player. His success wasn't just limited to athletics, as he was also a member of the National Honor Society. After his graduation he enlisted in the Marines, following in the footsteps of his uncle, and served in Vietnam. At the age of 20, he was killed in action. Found amongst his belongings that were returned to his parents, Esther and Raymond, was this note on a piece of paper, "Say a prayer for the little guy, the guy who did the dying." They included this on the memorial they have placed on the grave here at Arlington. .

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Corporal Philip R. Wahl (1947 - 1967) Philip Wahl, a resident of Sharon Hill PA, graduated from Sharon Hill High School in 1965. He was a self made athlete, who became a Delco East All-Star Football player. His success wasn't just limited to athletics, as he was also a member of the National Honor Society. After his graduation he enlisted in the Marines, following in the footsteps of his uncle, and served in Vietnam. At the age of 20, he was killed in action. Found amongst his belongings that were returned to his parents, Esther and Raymond, was this note on a piece of paper, "Say a prayer for the little guy, the guy who did the dying." They included this on the memorial they have placed on the grave here at Arlington. .