|Bernard Johnson (#575)|
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Resident of Palm Beach, Florida. Formerly of Santa Monica, California. Native of San Francisco Bay Area. Enjoy searching for notable gravesites and those of interest to me.|
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|Elizabeth H||RE: Robert Steinberg|
I love that it's noted on his gravestone ;-) and I have learned to love dark chocolate, too!
|Elizabeth H||Robert Steinberg|
His father is buried in the same cemetery. If you want to make a photo request I have a photo. There are also other Levinsons in the plot, but not his mother Selma.
|José L Bernabé Tronchoni||Herbert Rudley|
Thanks about the information. Done. Best wishes.
|Gerry Jean||RE: Podesta|
You're very welcome!
You probably noticed that Attilio's grave location (65) in his memorial page was incorrect; it should have been 69 (I changed it). Grave 65 actually belongs to Assunta Podesta (d. 1947); I don't know if there's a connection with you but I took a photo and uploaded it anyway.
|C.S.||RE: Betsy Bloomingdale|
I did submit her for 'famous', but it was denied. That is all I can do. I agree, she should be designated as famous.
Thank You for the interest.
Added by C.S. on Jul 23, 2016 11:47 AM
|Bob # 46991349||RE: Sunset View|
I will try. There is a lady, a block away from Sunset, that hops in and claims them, but doesn't do anything with them. It will probably be easier if you just send me the memorial #s.
|Kevin Finch||RE: Hyman|
I took what I think is a better photo. The sprinklers were on, so I stood on a 3 foot wall and shot down on it. It is a new and shiny stone, and is highly reflective.
I hope you are satisfied with this shot. If not, I'll keep trying
Also, the lighting was bad, with bushes causing shading, I dont like. Ill stop by on my next visits, and if I can get a better shot, I'll replace it.
|Kevin Finch||Herbert Hyman|
You must have had a premanition. I have checked that plot at least 6 times since your original request, just in case. I have seen people leave flowers. but never saw a stone, and suddenly today. "Bamm" there it is.
|Armstrong History||RE: Fatio|
It was my pleasure! It was interesting to learn more about Maurice Fatio and the work he accomplished during his lifetime! His houses are magnificent! The location can't be beat either!
I just added an additional picture group and added captions to the memorial page - which I ran out of time to do last night.
If you have a chance, I would recommend you check out the photo of the mausoleum posted on #136809133. The volunteer, "Mary Runner" did a great job framing the pix of the mausoleum to include the statue with the mausoleum in one shot. I wasn't able to do that yesterday - late in the day - because of the angle of the sun.
Also, please note that I checked carefully to see if Maurice Fatio's name was on the large "statue" monument in front of the mausoleum - his wife's Eleanor's name is on the statue - but I didn't see Maurice's name.
Keep me posted if you need anything else from up here in "Wisconsin".
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