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When he heard the question -- "Do you want to know where the others are buried?" -- Aristotle Flessor knew the mystery that haunted his family was far greater than he imagined.
It wasn't just his sister-in-law who was buried in an unmarked grave in Evergreen Park more than 70 years ago, but 160 other young children had graves, mostly unmarked, there as well, a cemetery worker told him.
Stunned, Flessor took that information back to his friends at Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Palos Hills. And, together, they worked to erect a monument in honor of the dead, calling it "A Child of God Memorial."
Flessor, who first inquired about his relative three years ago, didn't live long enough to see the monument, which is set to be unveiled at 10 a.m. Saturday at Evergreen Cemetery and Mausoleum.
But a longtime friend and fellow parishioner, Frank Manta, carried on his work, visiting the cemetery and learning the names of the children. Manta, with a group of supporters, including Flessor's brother, Lee, raised about $52,000 for the monument: a 6-ton black granite marker that stands more than 7 feet high.
The monument bears the names of the deceased and includes a statue of Christ with two small children.
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