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|SylviasDaddy||Thank you kindly!|
Thank you for leaving a red tulip for my beloved eternal companion bride Becky Denise Tomlinson McLendon.
I deeply appreciate what you did, and am most grateful.
|Donna Dinstel||Sister Margaret Held|
Thank you for visiting Sister Margaret. :)
|Sandy Frary||RE: Lori Lee Kursa|
Thank you for your offer, but I think I have another solution. I am going to be submitting a memorial page for a John Doe who is soon to be buried in the County of Sonoma Cemetery. Thus, I will be adding the County of Sonoma Cemetery to findagrave’s database of cemeteries.
If you run a search for Lori Lee Kursa on findagrave, you will see that two listings come up for her. Both show her in the wrong cemetery. But when the County of Sonoma Cemetery is finally entered in the findagrave database, I expect that the other listing for her will be corrected to the County of Sonoma Cemetery. At that time, I suggest you submit your information about her to the County of Sonoma Cemetery memorial page and then simply delete your memorial page for her.
|Sandy Frary||RE: Lori Lee Kursa|
That’s right, the County of Sonoma is not mentioned on findagrave at the moment. It was at a one time, but someone, who shall go nameless right now, took it upon herself to change all 351 burials to another cemetery—the Old County Cemetery. That’s right, she moved the entire population of the County of Sonoma Cemetery to another cemetery. I am in the process of taking up this ridiculous situation with findagrave administration.
In the meantime, there is going to be another burial in the County of Sonoma Cemetery within the next month or so, so I will be adding the County of Sonoma Cemetery to findagrave again in order to set up a memorial page for the new burial. Then you should be able to put Lori Kursa in the County of Sonoma Cemetery. Hopefully, in time I will be able to have all 351 burials put back in the correct cemetery—the County of Sonoma Cemetery.
|Sandy Frary||Lori Lee Kursa|
I just wanted to point out that Lori Lee Kursa is not buried in Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery. She is buried in the County of Sonoma Cemetery located right behind Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery.
I am the Archivist for Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery and maintain the burial records of the 5,250 burials there, so I know that Lori is not buried in Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery.
However, I also work for the Sonoma County Coroner's Office, which has jurisdiction over the County of Sonoma Cemetery, and I have identified all 350 people buried in the County of Sonoma Cemetery. And I can verity that Lori is, indeed, buried in the County of Sonoma Cemetery.
Sorry it took so long but I thank you so much for the flower you left for my mom...
Added by DR on Aug 12, 2016 4:25 PM
|Anthony DelGobbo||Thank you|
Your kindness in leaving flowers is heart warming. Thank you from my family
|Nadine Reasor ||Gabriel Gonzalez|
Thank you for leaving flowers for Gabe. I hope all is well with you and your family.
|Marilyn Moran||RE: flower for Lorraine|
Ok, thank you
|Marilyn Moran||flower for Lorraine|
Why did you leave a flower for Lorraine? Did you know her? I am curious because I am her mother
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