100 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF WORLD WAR I “The War to End all Wars”. My Grandfather will be re-interned at: ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY ON THE 11th MONTH OF THE 11th DAY AT THE 11th HOUR (11-11-11) Boatswain mate Charles Vincent Carvin U.S. Navy Veteran World War I.

My grandfather Charles Vincent Carvin was a U.S. Navy Boatswain’s mate aboard a U.S. Connecticut Class Battleship during World War I. After the, ” War to end all wars” he was assigned to scuttle all German U-Boats (submarines)
off the coast of Scotland creating an artificial reef. He died in the 1970’s as a World War I Veteran. I am planning with Arlington National Cemetery to move his body to Arlington for burial on the 11th Month of the 11th Day at the 11th hour on the year 2018, 100TH ANNIVERSARY “THE WAR TO END ALL WARS.”
Robert E. McCullough B.A., Arch. Grandson of Charles Vincent Carvin.

OSD Pentagon JSP Mailbox ANC Voicemail <osd.pentagon.jsp.mbx.anc-voicemail@mail.mil>

To
‘mrdemocracy13@yahoo.com’


Oct 26 at 11:05 AM

Mr. McCullough,
Per our conversation, the case number for your information request is 241005. Speaking to the scheduling process in general, when a case is established with Arlington we would make note that the veteran is being moved from another cemetery to us along with the request for 11/11/2018 at 11 am. After the case is in the system, we would need the death certificate and navy discharge to be faxed or scanned and emailed to us. If the veteran was cremated then we would also need the cremation certificate to be sent in. Once all documentation is received then the process can take several weeks to months until a scheduler reaches out to set up date and time. If the veteran chose a casketed burial then please have a funeral home call us to start the process.

I will add that to move the veteran from New England to Arlington, please wait until date and time is set up with us to start the disinterment process. This process will come at a cost to your family. If there are any other questions, then please contact us via 877-907-8585. Thank you.

It was an honor serving you today. Case ID 241005 has been created for our

communication today. Please reference this number if you have additional

questions or comments regarding your Case with Arlington National Cemetery.

A Customer Care Representative will be available to assist you with your

needs Monday – Friday 8:00am to 5:30pm and Saturday 9:00am to 1:00pm (closed

Federal Holidays).

Respectfully,

Caitlin Wolfe, CTR

Customer Care Representative

Arlington National Cemetery

Joint Service Provider (JSP) JP331

877-907-8585

Feedback is always welcome. Please take a moment to tell us how your

experience was today. Simply click on the link below to be taken to our

feedback form. If you do choose to comment, please note the Case ID number

in the notes section. Thank you for contacting the Arlington National

Cemetery Call Center.

Donations for funeral mail to: Robert E. McCullough Grandson

666 Filbert Street

San Francisco Calif. 94133

Phone# 628-228-7133

http://www.arlingtoncemetery.mil/Contactus/Feedbackform.aspx

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