|Neal Fenton (#46993736)|
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Searching up family history wherever I can find it! If you find I have made a mistake, please let me know. I will fix it right. Mistakes happen.|
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|Laura (Young) Hunter||Hunter|
My husband said he may be related to them. But he doesn't know for sure.
|Laura (Young) Hunter||Donald Rice|
His number is: 34531971
|Laura (Young) Hunter||Donald Rice|
I was wondering if you could transfer my brother in law to me so that I can manage his memorial. I would like it so that when my nieces and nephews or even my sister in law may want it someday. So please transfer his memorial to me please, thank you. My number is: 47971100.
|Joan Lyle||Emma Marley|
Thank you for the transfer
Would you please turn over this memorial to me? She is my grandmother. Thank you.
|Kathy Hays||Craig (Colo) Cemetery update|
This is the son of a dear friend. Please update DOB & DOD and include obituary.
Paul G. Luviano Jr.
Friday, May 5, 2006
Craig Daily Press
Paul Galvin Luviano Jr. was born on Sept. 2, 1982, in Kansas City, Kan. His parents are Paul G. and Tammy (Fox) Luviano. He was raised and attended school in Kansas City. After high school, Paul attended Central Christian College in McPherson, Kan., for one year.
Paul was an avid soccer player and enjoyed football and basketball. He worked as a lifeguard at Great Wolf Lodge in Kansas City, Kan.
Paul wanted to do his part in safeguarding the United States, and to that end he joined the U.S. Army and was serving in Germany while waiting to be deployed to Iraq at the time he became ill. He was a very brave man during his bout with leukemia and he never gave up.
Paul came to spend his final days with his family three weeks ago.
He died Friday, April 28, 2006, at his parent's home, surrounded by his loving family.
He is survived by his parents, Paul and Tammy Luviano of Craig; sisters Bianca Luviano of Topeka, Kan., and Erica Luviano and Brenna Luviano of Craig; grandparents Dale and Lila Fox of Overbrook, Kan.; aunts and uncles Dale and Robin Fox Jr. of Park City, Utah, and Mike and Toni (Fox) Lee of Overbrook, Kan.; and cousins Darius, Dillon and Dallas Lee, and Trey and Mason Fox.
His grandparents, Jose and Maria Luviano, preceded him in death.
A funeral was Thursday, May 4, 2006, at First Baptist Church in Craig with Pastor Leonard Browning officiating. Julia Foster was the pianist. Pallbearers were Bobby Guerrero, Paul Luviano Sr., Javier Aguilar, Dale Fox Jr., Dale Fox Sr. and Francisco Rascon.
Interment followed at Craig Cemetery with military honors by Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4265 and members of the Western Colorado Military Honors Team.
|Jackie Rogers||Julius Wagner and Florence S. Wagner|
nos. 57666668 and 57666669, they have the right names for a 3rd cousin 1x removed and his wife. But you do not have any dates. I have Julius Richard Wagner, the son of William A. Wagner and Lucretia M. Reynolds born 23 Feb 1895, Iowa and died 28 Dec 1988, Clifton, Mesa, Colorado. His wife was Florence S. Caldwell, the daughter of Arthur S. Caldwell and Stella. She was born 21 Oct 1902 and died Jun 1981 per her Social Security information. Her last address was Grand Junction, Mesa, Colorado. She also was born in Iowa. Do you have any information that can prove or disprove that they are not these two individuals.
|MELISSA BAK||RE: Cora E Smith|
Thanks for bringing that to my attention. My apologies for the error on Cora E Smith. I have deleted the two photos.
|Sandra Scott||RE: Earl L. Rakestraw marker, Craig Cemetery|
|Sandra Scott||Earl L. Rakestraw marker, Craig Cemetery|
If I haven't already asked, I wonder if I may have your permission to use your grave marker photo on my family website. Check it out at http://freienmuth-shortridge.com/ernst/buchheim-cemeteries.html. This is how I'd be using the photos and obituaries I find on Find A Grave, with 'used with permission' in the caption.
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