Burr Oak Cemetery to go for 25 Grand? YourFuneralGuy

9 Apr

Burr Oak Cemetery is to be auctioned off by a US Federal Bankruptcy Court

The Burr Oak  Cemetery Auction is Scheduled for auction on April 26th 2010. Right now there is newly formed company who has made  bid on Burr Oak Cemetery, The  biding firm is  Cemecare. Perpetua  is the company going  bankrupt in US Federal Bankruptcy Court.

The bid consists of:

$25,000 dollars for Burr Oak Cemetery(105 acres). In all likelihood this will become an historical cemetery and there will be few or no burials there.

$250,000.00  dollars for Cedar Park Cemetery(90 acres). This will be a fully operational cemetery.

The offer accepted last week calls for Cemecare to pay $25,000 for the 105-acre Burr Oak Cemetery and $650,000 for the 90-acre Cedar Park Cemetery, Korenthal explained.
Korenthal said while Cemecare’s offer has been accepted another buyer could still purchase the cemeteries if their bid exceeds $675,000 at a scheduled April 26 public auction.
“The properties will go to the highest bidder, so if an offer comes in at $1 million then Cemecare would have to make a higher offer to acquire the properties,” Korenthal told the Defender. “But whoever ends up buying Burr Oak they would not be responsible for the civil lawsuits that have been filed.”

via www.chicagodefender.com

Funeral Industry|Funeral News| Funeral blog by Your Funeral Guy, Funeral Director, Illinois and Virginia.

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2 Responses to “Burr Oak Cemetery to go for 25 Grand? YourFuneralGuy”

  1. francheska woods taylor January 17, 2012 at 1:31 pm #

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  2. francheska woods taylor January 17, 2012 at 1:33 pm #

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