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Autistic Wonderboy (#47056267)
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Bio Photo As my Findagrave Profile name suggests, I am one of the many people to be diagnosed with Autism (Aspergers, to be specific). As one diagnosed with this syndrome, one of my characteristics is that I focus my attention around specific subjects. Most people with Autism or Aspergers may focus thier attention on dogs or subway routes. During my early high school years, I was fixated with graves after I stumbled across Findagrave. I would usually travel to cemeteries within my neck of the woods (Pennsylvania's Main Line), or whenever I was on vacation. Eventually, I felt that my fixation with cemeteries became morbid, so I slowly shifted my attention onto another subject: the US Presidents. To this day, I can still recite (1) the names of the Presidents of the United States in chronological order from George Washington to Barrack Obama, (2) the years they served in office, and (3) thier Vice Presidents. I also have an odd interest in visting State Capitol Buildings. Every once in a while, however, I would enjoy roaming around a cemetery (mainly if a President was buried in the cemetery). In October 2008, I decided to create my own Findagrave account, so here I am =)

DISCLAIMER: As of January 1, 2013, I'm taking a year off (& possibly a little longer) to spend some time away from FAG so I can focus more on my own personal life. I'll be back sometime in (or after) 2014, but right now I just need to focus on my own personal life -- meaning, until then, I do not wish to get any personal e-mails asking to fulfill FAG requests.
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Beachcomber
Iacovitti Family
Five members of the Iacovitti family were killed in a plane crash that burned extensively at Lakewood WA 11-28-1952. There was one young son Joseph, that survived and lived to age 59 died 2006. It is possible they were cremated and put in a niche or buried together.
Anthony Sr, father
Dorthy the mother
daughter Barbara
Anthony Jr. son.
John son
None of there markers or niches have been photographed from what I can tell.
There are more details about the crash posted on Joseph Iacovitti memorial 88300922

Thanks Doug in Tacoma
Added by Beachcomber on Aug 30, 2016 6:19 PM
JimMcN
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Dave, I was surprised to get a notice from Find-A-Grave this evening telling me that my Lyon Family Headstone Photo Request had been fulfilled. Having only just given you the plot info last night, I surely didn't expect that you would get to the cemetery so soon. I thank you for your time and help in adding this Headstone to my grand aunt Emma and uncle Jim's Memorial.

Once again, thank you, Jim Mc Neill
Added by JimMcN on Aug 29, 2016 9:35 PM
Jerry Fair
Veteran Memorials
Thank you again for photographing veteran grave markers in the St. Matthews Cemetery. One veteran, Sergeant Major Raymond Blake, was seriously wounded in the Meuse Argonne Offensive during World War I.

Sadly, many veterans have flat markers that are being over grown with grass. They may not be visible in a few years. That is why your efforts are to be commended.

Regards,

Jerry Fair

U.S. Army veteran



Added by Jerry Fair on Aug 28, 2016 10:19 PM
Alane Beck
Photo request for Esther Amanda Jukes
I appreciate you taking a photo of Esther A Jukes cemetery marker. If by any chance you return to the cemetery. I would appreciate a photo of the entire marker. Thank you so much for your time.
Added by Alane Beck on Aug 28, 2016 5:31 PM
William Nees
George Washington Memorial Park Cemetery
Thank you very much for taking the photographs at this cemetery for me.
Added by William Nees on Aug 28, 2016 1:53 PM
Patricia
Alice Kuech Reinmiller
Thank you for taking the time to fulfill my request for a photo. I truly do appreciate your help..Patti
Added by Patricia on Aug 26, 2016 12:02 PM
Donna J Breuer
Thanks
Thank you so much for the photo we appreciate your help

Donna
Added by Donna J Breuer on Aug 25, 2016 3:20 PM
jimmy
Robert Ferry
Thank you for your time and the great photo!jimmy
Added by jimmy on Aug 24, 2016 3:16 PM
Sharon Martin
Walter Cope
Thank you for getting a photo for his memorial.
It always helps


Thank you

Sharon
Added by Sharon Martin on Aug 23, 2016 3:59 PM
Andrea Kreeger Waters
Anthony Marker
Hello,

Thanks so much for filling my photo request for Howard Anthony and his wife.

Andrea
Added by Andrea Kreeger Waters on Aug 22, 2016 1:14 PM
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