Movers & Thinkers: Taking Comfort In The Graves Of Nashville City Cemetery | Nashville Public Radio

Movers & Thinkers: Taking Comfort In The Graves Of Nashville City Cemetery

Nov 16, 2017

When people think about how they want to be remembered after they die, they often envision a headstone in a cemetery. It's intended to preserve the most important details of their life for generations to come.

That's why Fred Zahn with the Metro Historical Commission spends some of his time finding and restoring unmarked graves at the Nashville City Cemetery. Zahn talked to WPLN's Emily Siner for our live series Movers & Thinkers about the power of marking one's legacy.


This audio is an excerpt from the latest episode of our Movers & Thinkers podcast. Hear more of the conversation on our website, on Apple Podcasts, or on Google Play.