|Missing My Loved ones (#47768308)|
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I lost my husband in 2007 and I now live with my daughter. |
I would like to help you with you headstone requests for ROSE HILL cemetery here in OKLAHOMA CITY but the cemetery not very helpful nor do they have good maintenance or grave markers to tell you where your at. I wrote them to get locations for members requests and this is what the letter said to me:
I AM SORRY, BUT WE NO LONGER DO GRAVESITE LOCATION EXCEPT AT FAMILY MEMBERS REQUEST DIRECTLY TO US (UP TO 3 AT A TIME)
THE VOLUME OF REQUEST FOR FIND A GRAVE HAS JUST GOTTEN TO BE TOO GREAT AND WE DO NOT HAVE THE MANPOWER
TO DEVOTE TO THE VOLUME.
IF THE FAMILY MEMBER WILL CALL OR E-MAIL US WITH THE NAME OF THE DECEASED AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO THE DECEASED WE WILL BE HAPPY TO HELP THEM.
HAVE A GREAT DAY
Judith A. Epperson, Office Manager
Rose Hill Burial Park Location #0718
6001 NW Grand Blvd.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
There phone number is 405-843-5771 or fax number 405-843-5754.
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|Ruby Mordecai||RE: Mae Clemons Cotner|
I am sorry about the request. I was working just before bedtime and I just wasn't paying close attention. I was really excited to find F.A.G. info on her family.
Thanks for your response.
|Leona Gustafson||Harry Maynard Boardman|
Thank you so much for taking the time to try to locate my husband's cousin. We had no idea that his body was moved to Ohio. Now a new hunt begins.
Thank you so much for transferring many of the memorials you created in Rose Hill. I will do my best to honor your memorials by adding links and biography information. Your work for Find A Grave is very appreciated.
|Terrance Richard Mills||RE: William Downey|
Thank you so much!
|Kimberly Shields-Hannah||RE: Rose Hill , OKC|
I appreciate what you tried to do to help me. I am so sorry that I am late on my reply, all my messages from this site were going to spam. You are a sweetheart for trying. I will see what i can do. thank you!!
|Ruth Smith||Cemetery Photos|
Beverly: Just read your bio and the comments made by other people concerning your photographs. I just want to thank you for all your hard work and say please ignore criticism from other people. All we volunteers know how much work it is fighting the elements (bird droppings, weeds, wet grass, etc.)but we keep doing it because of our love for other people and wanting to help them. There is one cemetery here in Cape Girardeau, Mo. that is not very cooperative also and I heard rumors they would look up burials for $5 each. I have to drive 10 miles to the county court house and look up people to see where they are buried out at that particular cemetery. So I usually do it when I am over there any way. However our city cemeteries are wonderful to do - all their burials are on line and the superintendent is such a nice man and will look up anything that I have a problem with.
May God bless you as you continue to take pictures . Ruth Smith
There is no reason what so ever for people to be so darn mean,especially to someone who is trying to help them/do them a favor....
I guess I just don't understand this world we live in anymore :(
Have a great afternoon,
~ Beth ~
I couldn't help but see in your bio about "some" people saying that you don't take
"professional" pictures so therefore,they don't want them on their memorials.
Last I knew,we are VOLUNTEERS,not PROFESSIONAL photographers.I took a peek @ some of the pictures you have taken & posted & couldn't find a single thing wrong w/them.As the old saying goes "You can please some but you can't please them all" & have I ever found that saying to be true,especially on this site.
Keep up the great work your doing :-)
Have a great week-end,
~ Beth ~
|Lynda Puakea||Hawaiʻi Veterans Cemeteries|
Good morning, Beverly,
I noticed that you have a virtual cemetery for East Hawaiʻi Veterans Cemetery 1, 2 & 3... in East Hawaiʻi, Hilo on Hawaiʻi Island, there are only 2 veterans cemeteries... #1 on Kapiʻolani St and #2 on Laimana St. West Hawaiʻi Veterans Cemetery in Kailua-Kona (other side of the island) is sometimes referred to as #3. I am in Hilo right now and have fulfilled some photo request and got this information from the Dept of Parks & Rec in Hilo who maintains the grave records. Here is a web site that has grave listings: http://records.co.hawaii.hi.us/Weblink8/browse.aspx?dbid=1&startid=32323
Hope this helps...
Thank you for creating the entry for my grandfather's grave in Hilo.
We're heading there next week to scatter his daughter, my mom next week.
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