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Tracy Garzoli (photo) was left with a broken heart after discovering that her husband's tombstone had been removed and placed on another grave in western Sydney

& # 39; It is as if we have lost it all over again & # 39 ;: devastated widow is shocked that the tombstone of her deceased husband has been removed and placed on the wrong grave

  • Hard-working father Bradley Garzoli died of a heart attack last year at the age of 50
  • His wife and seven children visited his grave on the anniversary of his death
  • But they were shocked when they found that Bradley's tombstone is missing and is on another grave
  • Cemetery offered family a $ 50 voucher that Mrs. Garzoli said it was an & # 39; insult & # 39; used to be
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A grieving widow was left destroyed after her husband's tombstone was removed and placed on another person's grave.

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Bradley Garzoli, from Minchinbury in western Sydney, died of a heart attack at the age of 50 last year behind wife Tracy and their seven children.

On the anniversary of Bradley's death, the family visited his grave at Pinegrove Cemetery and made the disturbing discovery.

Bradley & # 39; s grave looked like a pile of earth and his tombstone was more than two meters away and placed on someone else's grave.

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Tracy Garzoli (photo) was left with a broken heart after discovering that her husband's tombstone had been removed and placed on another grave in western Sydney

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Tracy Garzoli (photo) was left with a broken heart after discovering that her husband's tombstone had been removed and placed on another grave in western Sydney

The family was confronted with a pile of earth and Mr. Garzoli's headstone was more than two meters away and placed on someone else's grave

The family was confronted with a pile of earth and Mr. Garzoli's headstone was more than two meters away and placed on someone else's grave

The family was confronted with a pile of earth and Mr. Garzoli's headstone was more than two meters away and placed on someone else's grave

The cemetery explained that Mr. Garzoli's tombstone had been removed from the original site due to wet weather, causing his grave to collapse.

His tombstone and the flowers around the plaque had to be removed to prevent the rest of the area from sinking.

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& # 39; When I see my husband's grave, it's just that no one has to go through it, & # 39; Tracy said An ongoing case.

& # 39; The first thing that came to mind was that they had buried someone else on top of my husband.

& # 39; It just felt like we had completely lost it again. & # 39;

When the family complained to the management of the cemeteries, they claim that the staff & # 39; too busy & # 39; was to bring the tombstone back to its original place.

& # 39; After all the money I gave them to have him buried there, they were too busy & # 39 ;, Tracy said.

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Cemetery staff say they had informed the family about moving the headstone and & # 39; ensured that the work at the locations was completed and the plaque returned the same day as planned & # 39 ;.

The family was offered a $ 50 voucher from the cemetery management, which Tracy described as an & # 39; insult & # 39 ;.

Tracy & # 39; s husband, Bradley Garzoli (photo), died of a heart attack at the age of 50, a year ago

Tracy & # 39; s husband, Bradley Garzoli (photo), died of a heart attack at the age of 50, a year ago

Tracy & # 39; s husband, Bradley Garzoli (photo), died of a heart attack at the age of 50, a year ago

Mr. Garzoli has been remembered as a & # 39; family man & # 39; who & # 39; 24/7 just worked to take care of everyone & # 39 ;.

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A statement from the Pinegrove Memorial Park website said they felt deeply sorry for the suffering of the family involved who saw the cemetery in the temporary condition shown.

& # 39; In this case, we had explained to the family that a funeral at an adjacent location meant that some land had entered their property and that it would be remedied the same day.

& # 39; We are very proud of our parks and the presentation of our memorials and gardens, and the work on the site is complete and the plaque is back on schedule and as promised. & # 39;

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