|William Kazupski (#47113700)|
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Hello: My name is Bill Kazupski and I am a resident of the City of Chicago. I live on the far south side of Chicago, blocks from a few of the south and southwest Chicago suburbs.|
I come from a family of Chicago police officers. My father spent over 30 years with the force and both my brothers and I are Chicago police officers. I am a homicide detective and have been with the Chicago police department for over 28 years. My mother is a nurse and my one sister works for Loyola Hospital.
I enjoy being a volunteer with Find-A-Grave because it allows me to get my walking exercise in while helping others. Kind of killing two birds with one stone as they say.
The following cemeteries are within walking distance from my residence:
Chapel Hill Gardens (South)
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
First Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery
Burr Oaks - Due to this cemetery digging up burial plots and dumping the coffins and bodies, this cemetery is the focus of national media and news outlets. It is a historical black cemetery operated by African Americans. It is currently shut down to the public as the criminal investigation is in progress. (Update: This cemetery has re-opened under new management)
Feel free to e-mail with any requests for these cemeteries.
Good Luck To All!
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Thanks again for your time in getting this photo. I live in South Bend, Indiana but was born and raised in Chicago on the south side also. In the 50's I lived on Garfield Blvd. (55th St.) just east of Halsted. I went to Visitation grade and high school. I moved in '77 but I still feel Chicago is my home! The majority of my family are buried in St. Mary's on 87th St. Thank you again! Happy July 4th!
|J Mo & B Ma||Gibbons|
Bill, thanks so much for the Gibbons' headstone photo. May I ask if those flowers were at the site when you arrived or whether you left them (Memorial# 121402002)? And also whether you were able to find their daughter Anne Gibbons Moriarty's headstone, if there was one (Memorial# 133760717)? I truly appreciate the generous volunteer work you do!
|Kitty||Mary Anna Settecase / Vito Gentile|
THANK YOU so VERY much for providing this photo! I have chills. Thank you, thank you!
Added by Kitty on Jun 30, 2015 2:08 PM
Thank you, William, for the photo of Michael Swiec's grave. I appreciate your time and kindness.
|Grandmaeceb||Mabel Cline photo|
Thank you very, very much for the photos for Mabel and the Fulton family. This is so helpful and I really appreciate your time. :)
|Donal Mac Cormaic||Thomas P O'Connor|
Thank you very much for fulfilling my request for photos for the grave of Thomas P O Connor in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Chicago. Thomas was a 1st cousin of my grandfather. His mum, Annie Breen was my grandfather's aunt, and my great grandaunt. Annie was born in Tipperary, Ireland in 1889 and in 1909 emigrated to New York. From there she moved to Chicago, Married an O'Connor and had 3 kids, Thomas P being the youngest of them. Thanks again.
Thanks so very much for the wonderful photo of the Carr Family plot. George's grandson will be very happy.
Added by Trink J. on Jun 22, 2015 6:09 AM
|Lois Fresso-Doyle||Re. Antonio (Tony) Pessolano|
Thank you so much Bill for the great photo and the citations for who is buried at that site! You must have read my mind as I was wondering. That is awesome and I so appreciate your taking and posting the photo! Have a great day!
|Tom Jennings||McGuire Photos|
As always, we are grateful for these photos. These people, and their connection to our family had nearly been forgotten.
|Tony Belmonte||Father John|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph and upload that photo of Father John's headstone. I especially like the way you combined two photos so all can see the monument and read the information in one photo. It is people like you who make Find A Grave quality web site.
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