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I am an actor from CT.|
I enjoy paying tribute to people who were taken before their time, such as in natural disasters or homicides.
Especially after my Aunt Antonia Leonard passed away in early 2006.
If anyone has any info on any of the people I provide information on that is inaccurate or would like to add something, please feel free to e-mail me!
Also if I have added anyone's relative and they would like to create their own memorial e-mail me and I will delete the record.
Thanks to the Bodell family for the photo of the Vanderbilt masoleum and to Barbara Johns for providing information on her daughter Courtney Elizabeth Johns. Also thanks to A Marine's daughter and Erik Lander for info on the Pan Am 103 victims.
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A Marine's Daug..., Erik Lander, Guardian, In Loving Memor..., Jo T. Smith, Josey, Lionel Alva, ..., Me & Badger ..., Sal Mineo Fan, Scott Michaels, Sonya"With Love..., Thebodells
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|Maria Schnell||Charles McKee|
Chuck McKee was a friend of mine; I met him while we were both stationed in Munich in the mid 1970s and ran into him again in 1979 and 1980 at Ft Huachuca and DLI. If you added up all the hours we spent together over the years, it would amount to one afternoon. I knew him well enough to like and respect him. His death stunned me. For the first time in my life, a name on a casualty list was not an abstraction; it was connected to a face, a voice, a personality. My nephews went to high school with Navy SEAL Michael Murphy; Mike Murphy and Chuck McKee were both alumni of Penn State.
|Sasha Kasdan||Kenneth Bissett|
I would like to read more about Kenneth Bissett. You mentioned those who wanted to do so can connect with the "More about Ken" link. However, you neglected to mention just HOW one may do that. Unlike with your bio contacts, there is no highlighted section to lead one to the link.
|D. Brown Love||Jay Carven|
Hi. Just wanted to let you know that Jay Carven (victim of TWA 800) was not "body lost/not recovered". His body was recovered on 25 July, 1996 and he was buried at St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church in Hickory, Harford County, Maryland. Could you change his burial on his listing? Also, his mother's body was also recovered and buried on the same day, same place. It was a double funeral. Thanks so much.
the dunblane tragedy was in scotland not england
Added by emma on Oct 07, 2013 6:16 AM
Hello, I just wanted to notify you that Victoria's last name is spelled incorrectly on your memorial. Someone else has created a duplicate with the correct spelling.
Added by Zina on Aug 07, 2013 12:18 PM
|Zachary Coiner||Ana Duarte-Coiner|
Thanks again for the transfer of the daughter's memorial.
Thanks for the transfer of Costance Coiner's memorial. I have linked her memorial to that of her parents. I also requested Ana Durate-Coiner her daughter so I could link her also and manage. Hopefully you will also transfer her memorial soon.
Heidrun Elizabeth Goebbels
|Marc J. Daniluke||Mae Coughlin Capone|
Hi & Greetings !
Found other information on Mrs. Capone, just maybe you like toadd a little more about her life and share with the world ?
Marc J. Daniluke
Mae Capone was born in New York City to Irish parents Michael Coughlin and Bridget Gorman. She had four sisters and two brothers. Mae Capone was raised in the Carroll Gardens section of Brooklyn, New York, USA.
She was two years older than her husband, and they did not marry until after she gave birth to their only child, Albert Francis Capone ("Sonny Capone"). After she married Al Capone, she lived in Amityville, Long Island. She is known for having traded illegal moonshine.
She died aged 89 on April 16, 1986 at the Hollywood Hills retirement home in Hollywood, Florida
I am going to try to add the rest of the names to this cemetery. Would you be interested in helping? It's a huge list.
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