Quote Originally Posted by SsgKen View Post
A war widow wrote me her cousin visited a grave.

Russ found a Dime and a Penny on Keith's Headstone. A Bill Boehm posted a reply that said a Penny means the grave was visited, a nickel indicates that the person visiting the site trained at boot camp with the deceased veteran, while a dime means the person served with them in some capacity. A quarter left means the person who left the coin was with the veteran when they were killed. Have you heard of this?
Sure would like to know who visited.

How can this be spread around?
Welcome! Never heard of that, but welcome.