My name is Alexandra (Alex) Catalano and my grandmother died in January. Any flowers left for her would mean more then any words could say. Her name is Pauline Nozero (if you just go to the regular search and enter Nozero I am related to all of them but one. She was a very nice woman and would have made everyone of you call her grandma lol. She never let anyone call her Paula, just grandma (and I do mean everyone). My friends, my moms friends, my aunts friends, everyone. So hey if you want you can too she'd love that. Thank you if you stop by her page.
Hello I came across a photo that you had posted of Olga Nicholaevna Romanov as a toddler. I was drawn to read your bio because your profile name had the name Pauline in it. My great-grandmother's name was Paulina & I was named after her with my middle name. I left flowers for "grandma", her & my grandma would have been fast friends!!! Blessings! Hydee Paulina Süpple
Janette VandenBosch Hello, Janette VandenBosch # 13213417 was my aunt. I had just posted a picture of her and husband William Lutge. Her grand daughter and I have been exchanging family photo's when I came upon this. If you are not related to her would you consider a transfer to my account. My ID is # 46789392
I see that you are managing your late grandma's account now. There are 7 memorials in the Southern Nevada Veteran's Memorial Cemetery that she managed.
Balint, Sandy #12660866 Catalano, Stephan Anthony "Steve" #77867617 Duke, Philip Roy #12660945 Herrman, Robert Leo #12660967 Marshall, Clifton #11360327 Nalbone, Samuel James #11360613 Trenton, Donald Kenneth #13213383
I would like to "adopt" these individuals unless you are interested in continuing to manage them. I am NOT related to any of them, and the transfer decision can be your call. I currently manage about 80% of the memorials in this cemetery, and have made it the only cemetery I work in nowadays. I would take good care of them. If you would like to keep them, then by all means, do that, I'm not trying to be pushy, I just don't want them to get lost.