|Frank R. Adamski (#47373124)|
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Live in the U.S.A. in the western part of Massachusetts. Graduated from American International College in Springfield with a major in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. Former member (SGT.) of the 104th Infantry Regiment (Yankee Division), Massachusetts Army National Guard. |
Love nature, classic movies, World War II fighter aircraft, 1950 & 1960's cars, and, respect principled people with "character" and conviction. As John Wayne said, "A man has to have a code, a creed to live by."
"If there is anything that links the human to the divine, it is the courage to stand by a principle when everybody else rejects it." -- Abraham Lincoln
"Common courtesies should always be extended, but 'Respect' must be earned." - Frank R. Adamski
Please consider visiting two Tuskeegee Airmen's memorials; men who served our country with honor and distinction as fighter pilots in WW II, serving in the European theater.
Capt Wendell O. Pruitt.
and his wingman:
LTC Lee A. Archer.
Please also consider visiting the grave site of Richard J Clemens Jr.. who was the Massachusetts State Trooper that Norman Rockwell asked to pose in his painting, "The Runaway."
Email me at frankadamski-at-comcast.net using the @ symbol in place of the dashes and the word at. I do this to prevent automated spammers from getting my actual email address.
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|Joy LeMay||Thank you|
On behalf of General Curtis Emerson LeMay and family.
Hello, I just wanted to write you a short note to say thank you, for the visit to my grandmother and the kind words that you left on her page.
Happy New Year To You
Added by Dawn on Jan 01, 2015 12:15 PM
|Gerry Jean||RE: Your request for Frankie Campbell|
Rather than get involved between the two creators, I just moved the photo I had taken to the Frankie Campbell memorial page .... as you did with the boxing photo.
|Gerry Jean||Your request for Frankie Campbell|
I took a photo of his headstone on 04-15-2013 and uploaded it the memorial page "Frank Camilli" per the request at the time. Even with an alias, I believe there should only be one memorial page ... it's up to you and the other creator to agree on which one. Let me know & I can transfer that photo to the one you created (with Frankie's boxing picture).
|Jennifer M||RE: Your great-grandmother|
Apple pie? More like biscotti! :)
No need to apologize. I am delighted to know that her memory lives on beyond my immediate family!
|Jennifer M||RE: Esther Minciotti|
Thanks so much for your kind words. She is my great-grandmother. She passed away before I was born, so I am very lucky to have the chance to see and hear her in the movies (even if she is faking a heavy accent!). I will put up some photos soon.
|Jennifer M||Esther Minciotti|
Thanks for bringing the birth date discrepancy to my attention!
I am sure of the exact date. Findagrave is correct and IMDB is wrong. I will get it fixed over there.
|Jim Davis||RE: Tom Ricketts|
Hello Frank, you might try contacting the cemetery to get an exact location of his unmarked crypt (the Colonnade has only cremains) and any documentation they could provide. Still, being an unmarked crypt, it might prove impossible to photograph - you might end up with a photo of a blank spot on a plaque. Check out Elmo Lincoln's memorial page - it shows the two kinds of crypts in the Colonnade: urns and the plaques. Also it wouldn't hurt to contact TLS to see if he might be of help. Sorry I can't be of more help but feel free to contact me if you can get an exact location, I'll check it out and let you know what I find.
|Jim Davis||Tom Ricketts|
Findagrave member TLS created Tom
Ricketts memorial page and states that his grave/crypt is unmarked. TLS has written the book "Stars of Hollywood Forever" and has spent 20 years researching HF.
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