On the 20th of July, on a Wednesday, Ivana Trump was laid to rest in the Trump National Golf Club cemetery in Bedminster. The funeral for her passing was held at the funeral in New York. Former President Donald Trump attended the funeral ceremonies for his first love, Ivana, to whom was he engaged for 15 years from 1977 until 1992. Additionally, there was Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump, as well as Ivanka Trump.
Ivana an entrepreneur for a long time passed away on July 15 of “blunt injury from an impact” to her torso she was diagnosed to the ground in the autumn according to New York City’s medical professional and was laid to rest in a white-colored casket at the golf club, after her funeral service in Manhattan the following day, mostly in accordance with NY Post. Ivana was 73 years old and was described as “a powerhouse of nature” and “the ideal in the American ideal” in the tribute that was only open to invitation-only guests. Ivana passed away on the 14th of July. According to the information available, the forty-five president was able to remember her and commented, “Just what an extraordinary woman she was. She was an incredible woman she was and how she was able to control the space.”
Candles in the memory of
The chapel was decorated with purple flowers and candles to remember Ivana, a widely-known socialite who later created an assortment of cosmetics, clothes, and jewelry, around 100 mourners are sitting, mostly on the basis of the NY Post. There were two photographs of gold-framed, blown-up images of her standing in front of the entrance into the St. Vincent Ferrer Church which is a gothic-style building. Invitations to a burial only for invitations scheduled as a “Celebration of Life” included a photo showing Ivana snowboarding. During the ceremony, there were no cameras permitted inside the church.
Trump National Golf Club cemetery
It was reported that the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster course was set to be replaced by the addition of a tiny 10-plot cemetery, following proposals made by the previous president in 2017. The Washington Post reported on the matter at the time. “The in application seeks the permission to establish the private 10 plot family cemetery that covers 5700 square feet of the 504 acres which is owned by Lamington Farm Club, located in Bedminster Township, Somerset County, New Jersey, more often referred to in the form of Trump National Gold Club,” be instructed on a submitting to New Jersey in the year 2014, which talked about the intention of Donald Trump to be burial in the area. The statement said, “Mr. Trump owns several other properties across the world however he has chosen this property for the final resting place because it is his most beloved property, and he is awed by the character and culture that the township has.”