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A native of Washington, DC, I have a PhD in Romance Languages from Princeton University (whose mascot is the tiger). I wrote my dissertation on Andre Breton. France is my second home and I often travel there. French cemeteries are very different from American ones. I have traveled to every continent (even Antarctica) except Australia. I enjoy visiting cemeteries and paying homage to the great souls who have made life beautiful.|
I began by writing "famous bios" for Find A Grave while recuperating from a broken foot. Then I added memorials of my parents and parents-in-law. This opened the gates to an amazing set of new friends from around the world who have visited my family's sites and given me the opportunity of honoring their dear ones. The kindness, caring, generosity and concern of Find A Grave members have been extraordinary. I am especially grateful to Edda Meinikat for so generously sponsoring my mother's memorial as well as my mother-in-law's site. Three such lovely women would certainly have been friends had they known each other on Earth. I am also thankful for the friendship of Janet, the "Cape Codder," for sponsoring the memorials of my father John Stanford Stultz and a special member of my husband's family, Sister Mary Roddenbery. My favorite Find A Grave "cousin", Alice Morton, kindly sponsored my dear father-in-law, Thaddeus Roddenbery. Then Reilly, my friend in Ireland, sponsored the site of my Irish great-grandfather. The circle of kindness spread even wider when Seagull sponsored my Aunt Indie Gutman on the eve of her 109th birthday. The depth and breadth of my gratitude have grown ever deeper and wider.
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|Rosie♥Mooch||RE: John Stultz|
Hi Janice, you are very welcome. It was my pleasure to visit your father for his birthday. Rosie
I WANT TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR VISIT TO MY SISTER MARS MEMORIAL AND THE BEAUTIFUL BIRTHDAY TOKEN YOU LEFT FOR HER IT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED
BEST WISHES FROM IRELAND
Added by Reilly on Apr 25, 2015 4:30 AM
I whish you a Merry Christmas and happy New Year, most of all a good health.
Would like to know if you are well at the time.
Sending you a lot of greetings from good old Bavaria.
Erwin from Germany
Added by Erwin on Dec 23, 2014 4:56 PM
|Maggieღ||RE: Thanks and blessings|
It was my honor to do so.
Added by Maggieღ on Aug 17, 2014 12:04 PM
|Sherry (Tackett) Plowman||RE: Needs flowers|
It would be an honor to do so...
I was honored to be able to leave a token at his memorial. Always happy to make visits. Hugs!
Added by Seagull on Aug 10, 2014 12:16 PM
|Rosie♥Mooch||RE: Needs flowers|
Hi Janice, I am sorry to hear about your friend's sudden loss of her husband. I have put him on my page. Rosie
|MYEY||RE: Your beloved husband|
Your visit to my husband's memorial page and your note brought tears to my eyes. Thank you more than you know for your thoughts and concern. Michael was an extraordinary man...he was my life. It is friends such as you who help me get through these sad days.
Added by MYEY on Aug 09, 2014 10:57 PM
|MYEY||RE: Isabelle Roddenbery|
It was my pleasure to leave the rose for your mother-in-law. I have been remiss in my remembrances as my husband died unexpectedly in May. My heart is broken. I have not remembered others' loved ones during this very sad time as I normally had been doing, but I am now trying to think more of others and not forgetting them.
Elizabeth Yost (aka MYEY)
Added by MYEY on Aug 07, 2014 6:59 PM
|Eternity Persephone||RE: Julia Dowling|
Julia, you are most welcome. It's always nice on these tough anniversaries to know that we are not alone in this world, that people do care and just how nice it feels when you find tokens left for our loved ones. Eternity
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