Delia Gutierrez-Zamora

Cemetery Name: Greenwood

Date of visit: 11/26/2021

Guest Name: Anonymous

Guest comment: Delia Gutierrez-Zamora Delia was born on January 27th, 1961 in Tijuana, Mexico to Raymond and Lorenza Gutierrez. They moved the family to San Diego when Delia was three years old. She ended up with eight siblings (1 sister and 7 brothers) who are all surviving at the time of her passing. Delia LOVED everything about Disney… the movies, the characters, Disneyland. She even loved to dress up as Mini Mouse. Everyone who met Delia fell in love with her infectious personality. She will be missed dearly by her family and friends.

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Katherine Lee Acheson

Cemetery Name: Greenwood

Date of visit: 11/26/2021

Guest Name: Rob Sporer

Guest comment: Passed away suddenly on February 18, 2016. She was preceded in death by her mother, Patricia Acheson, in 2015. Surivors include her father, James, sisters; Christine, Laurie, Julie, and brothers, Blair and Jim. Also, her long time partner, Rob.The youngest of six siblings, Kate was born in La Mesa, and spent all her life in the San Diego area.She had a big heart and will be missed every day.We love you, BooBoo! Published by San Diego Union-Tribune on Mar. 4, 2016.

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Felix Espinoza

Cemetery Name: Greenwood

Date of visit: 11/26/2021

Guest Name: Maria

Guest comment: When Felix Espinoza was born on November 20, 1912, in Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico, his father, Guadalupe, was 23 and his mother, Felicitas, was 23. He married Marcelina Jaques on February 14, 1940, in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. He had one sister. His sister Rosa died on November 4, 1997, when Felix was 84 years old.His wife Marcelina passed away on August 15, 2007, at the age of 94. They had been married 67 years.Felix Espinoza lived in Chula Vista, California. He passed away 09/27/2020 in San Diego and is buried at Greenwood Cemetery.

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Love Letters from Robert H Wernig and Lucila (Gutierrez) Wernig

Love Letters from Robert Henry Wernig and Lucila (Gutierrez) Wernig

A series of love letters purchased from Etsy. The letters are correspondence between Robert Henry Wernig (birth 5 Sep 1914 York, Pennsylvania) – (death July 28, 1983) and Lucila Sidonia Gutierrez -Wernig (birth 23 Aug 1916) – (17 Dec 2014).

The letters predate their marriage, and birth of their only child Robert A Wernig (born February 24, 1960 ) – (February 17, 2018).

Photo Gallery Sweetwater Bridge and Trail

San Diego Haunted Photo gallery Sweetwater Bridge and Trail. Located off of Singer Lane, which intersects with Highway 94. The Sweetwater Bridge was built in 1929 to carry U.S. Highway 80 over the Sweetwater River in San Diego County, California. U.S. Highway 80 was eventually replaced by Interstate 8 in 1970. In 1987, the road was re-routed slightly and a new, modern bridge was built right next to it on Highway 94.

The bridge was built by Pacific Iron and Steel Co. The architecture is a fine example of early 1900’s Parker Truss bridge engineering. Unfortunately the bridge was very narrow measuring only 22.5 feet wide and 460 feet tall. Eventually the bridge became more dangerous than useful in addition to unnecessary.

The bridge has been left as a monument to early 1900’s bridges and connects with Hiking & biking routes in the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge crossing.

During the early months of covid-19 when much of San Diego was closed we took the hiking trail across the bridge and through the wildlife refuge. Ironically the first day we showed up for a hike, a small film crew and two investigators were filming a paranormal investigation of the bridge. Several online sources claim the area is haunted.

Photo Gallery Lemon Grove Memorial Park

San Diego Haunted Photo gallery Lemon Grove Memorial Park located at the intersection of 8200 block of blossom Lane and lldica street in Lemon Grove California. Lemon Grove Veterans Park grew out of Hyrum Bates’ 1987 Eagle Scout project. The park was renovated in 2013 in a joint effort between the City of Lemon Grove, Pastor David Merk of Journey Community Church, VFW Post 1512 and a group of 30 volunteers.

We had the pleasure of accidently running into the Lemon Grove Memorial Park by taking a wrong direction to a clients house. It is a testament to the ingenuity, vision and respect for history that Scout Hyrum Bates displayed in earing his Eagle Scout status.

A plaque reads, “Dedicated to all service men and woman who have served willingly, fought valiantly or died gallantly for a cause in which they believed, and a country that held dear. July 4th, 1987.