A New Journey

Tribute from a Daughter

Aldean's Final Update


Aldean's Final Resting Place

A Month in a Lighthouse

A Little Background

A Crabby Old Woman

Ready for the Road

On the Road


Cabin Under the Rim


SUV More @ Camp Creek Wash w/Reb.


Yukon HS 50yr Reunion



Michelle @ NAU Music Camp

Michelle & Colin Wedding


McDowell Mtn. Park Campout Holiday Rambler RV Club

Renewal Celebration

Open Letter
to Rebek



National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona

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Aldean Redman

Section 53, Gravesite 119

Gravesite Pictures

Aldean's Final Rest.movie

The pictures, with comments, will help you have an easier time finding her grave in Section 53, grave 119.

The National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona is just North of Phoenix. Turn into the main entrance off of Pinnacle Peak Road, just east of Cave Creek Road.

I had trouble finding the grave. A lady helped me and loaned me her bucket so I could wash the red granite dirt (from a recent hard rain) off the marker. She also gave me the blue flowers for the grave. I am in her debt.

Aldean's body is in her casket. I plan to be cremated. Some of my ashes will be buried with Aldean after a short service at the nearby ramada. The Mountain Rescue Honor guard with bagpipes plan to be there and play for me as they did for Aldean.

The remainder of my ashes will be dropped from an airplane or helicopter onto the North Slope of Thompson Peak.

When driving from Payson to Phoenix, on Arizona State Route 87, at milepost 32, you will see the North Slope of Thompson Peak rising high in front of your windshield. Then the highway swings to the right.

The remainder of my ashes will be here, forever. But they will be in a different form as they nourish the soil. I will be, elsewhere.

Aldean, I will be with you one day.

Gene Redman

 Goodbye sweet love...

Our Last Trip to Oregon, 2005

During better days; Our campsite for the month we worked in
Cape Mears Lighthouse near Tillamook, OR

The ocean just behind the coach lulled us to sleep at night.