|Aunt Bee on the porch in Mayberry (#48036355)|
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I am a 60 yr old native of New Jersey ( born in Jersey City/ lived in Weehawken) who has lived in Southern California since 1973. The oldest of 8 children in a large Catholic family, I'm a full time Realtor who loves horses, vintage hats, the Renaissance Faire and attending daily Mass at Our Lady Help of Christians Traditional Latin Mass Chapel in Garden Grove, Ca. Find A Grave is a wonderful compassionate resource giving information & closure to many! |
The Andy Griffith Show is probably one of my all time favorite TV shows, with Aunt Bee as my favorite female character.
My late great Aunt Margaret was almost exactly like her & they could have passed for sisters! Hence the choice of my moniker. As everybody knows... Life is better on the front porch with a lemonade & cookies!
In my Relatives & Friends virtual cemetery, please visit my
Dad: Donald Patrick Dillon
My Aunt Dolores DeLorenzo Weber,( both buried in Colestown Cemetery, Cherry Hill , NJ. )
My friend Sharon Eckstein Condon in Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, Orange California. (Age 41- She died of cancer in Jan 2012 leaving 6 children behind.)
My Uncle Peter Andrich who died in a head on collision in 2007 from a drunk driver just a month after my Dad died.
James Doonan in Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Orange, Ca. Just passed away 2013. He was the mentally handicapped brother of my good friend Helen. She took loving care of him these many years.
MY SINCERE THANKS TO THE MANY WONDERFUL FOLKS WHO LEAVE TOKENS FOR MY FAMILY/ FRIENDS!
** In December 2012 I bought a vintage hat from the Bing Crosby estate that belonged to his first wife DIXIE LEE CROSBY, which I wear only to Sunday Mass. It's brown straw with real silk pansies & ribbon, with a little veil in perfect condition. It came with a handwritten receipt dated 1952 , which was the year she died. It's very special to me as I feel that by getting her hat, she knew I would remember to pray for her soul...Requiescat in Pace! **
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Thank you for your visits to my loved ones. Hope you have a great summer !
Added by Sheryl on May 20, 2015 12:35 AM
|Algernon and Conan Together on the Rainbow Bridge||Love your screen name!|
Adored Aunt Bee, too. Happy Mother's Day to you.
That was a very sweet token you left for my mom (who is from NJ) She loved fishing and hopefully she got to see your post. I love your name you picked for finagrave. I also loved that show. I look forward to getting to know you. Thanks again for all the tokens you have left on my memorials. You're a blessing to me, and to all those who use this awesome site. God Bless. Sandy
|Sandra Brinckerhoff||Thank you|
Thank you so much for leaving token on my sister's page. You are so kind and loving. May God Bless and Keep you in his care.
Thank you for all the tokens you have left for my family. Much appreciated. :) Debbie
Added by Debbie on Apr 26, 2015 6:28 PM
Hi Aunt Bee,
I just wanted to thank you for the flowers you left on my relatives' memorials. It means so much!
Added by Briana on Apr 08, 2015 1:29 PM
Thank you, kindly, for the flowers you have left on multiple memorials I see. Very thoughtful of you.
Added by CarrieMR on Apr 01, 2015 10:19 AM
|Sandra Brinckerhoff||Charles Whittington and siblings|
Aunt Bee: Thank you so much for all the love and respect you give to many families. Thank you for the flowers and tokens you leave for my distant cousins.
I love your nic its very special I love watching her on Andy Griffith
|Kathy Nelson||Charles Flippin|
My name is Kathy Nelson and I noticed you left remembrances on Charles and Mahala Flippin's sites. How are you familiar with the Flippins? I live in Stromsburg, NE where Charles and his son George had a medical practice in the early 20th century. They were the only African American family in a mostly Swedish community. George was the first African American to play football for the University of Nebraska in the 1890s. I have written a book on the four generations of Flippins who lived in Stromsburg from 1900-1934. It is "More Than Football: George Flippin's Stromsburg Year." It is a fascinating story of one African American family's challenges to transcend its slave history and through education and hard work pursue their American dream. Their story involves interracial marriages, divorces, abortions, the Klu Klux Klan, and so much more. If you are interested you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest in the Flippins.
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