|Kennetta Lemon (#46902809)|
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|Glad to be enjoying the beginning of fall. Had a wonderful summer.|
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|Susan Nemeth||RE: John Matter|
My pleasure! I live a few minutes down the road from the cemetery. I am always amused when I often find myself parked right next to the headstone when I begin my hunt; perhaps a little guidance form the spirits ;)
|Jim Reidford||RE: George I Blackall|
Thanks, I was trying to track the death of his wife and that is how I came uponn it :)
|Jim Reidford||George I Blackall|
There appears to be an error on the bio for this entry at Greenwood Cemetery, George actually died in 1944
|Gene||RE: photo for Willie Adams|
Please don't think that I am picking on you but I noticed it when I was posting photos. If you ever find a mistake on me, send it to me so I can correct it. I am only trying to clean up some of the mistakes that I find. Gene
Added by Gene on Sep 22, 2016 7:41 AM
|Ancestry/searcher||RE: Floyd Eyer gravesite|
Good luck. If you would like anymore help, please just let us know.
Paula and Doug
|Ancestry/searcher||RE: Floyd Eyer gravesite|
Hi Kennetta, So glad that you liked the photos we took. We always take one close-up photo of the marker, and then one of the area. As for the other markers beside Floyd's - we don't remember the names. I did, however, go on Ancestry after reading your posting and found a Virginia M. Eyer who was born on May 15, 1917, and passed on on
May 29, 2009 in Sarasota,Fl. It had a brief bio/obit on her and said that her children were Virginia A. Hogan of Sarasota and Gloria E. Shupp on Philadelphia. A sibling is listed as John S. Krause, Jr. of Sewell, N.J. The funeral home is the Colonial Funeral Chapel Home....don't know if that's in Sarasota or elsewhere. Hope this helps you out. (We don't get up to Sylvan Abbey that often, but we can still put it on our 'list' and check the area the next time. I have a feeling that she's buried elsewhere though.)
Paula and Doug Smith
|Mike Cronk||RE: Rhuna and Hazel Marvin|
You're very welcome, Kennetta! It was my pleasure.
|Patrice||RE: Elizabeth Marvin|
A lot of times a headstone was not put on. If you find it is a different location let me know and I will go look.
Added by Patrice on Apr 23, 2016 4:04 PM
You are so welcome. I really enjoy doing this and am especially happy when there actually IS a stone to photograph! (Sometimes you can find the grave easily enough on the city cemetery map, but alas, there is no marker. Sad.) Have a great weekend! Eileen
Added by Eileen on Jan 08, 2016 9:20 AM
|Anonymous||Donald Harry Hammond|
Donald Harry Hammond, age 61, of Gowen, passed away early Sunday morning, December 18, 2011 at his home after suffering an apparent heart attack. The son of Harry Donald & Marjorie (Slicker) Hammond, he was born on May 27, 1950 in Greenville. On August 7, 1971, in Greenville, he married Teresa Mae Sisson and together they enjoyed 40 years of marriage.
In 2005, Don retired from the former Gibson Refrigerator Company after 31 years of service and had been a member of U.A.W. Local 137. Don enjoyed horses, hunting, and was always willing to help his family and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents; by his parents-in-law, Ervin C. & Celia Mae Sisson; by a son, Christopher Lee Hammond on Jan. 15, 2002; by a nephew, Dylan Charles Blum in 1993; and by a great niece, Jadelyne Schenden in 2006.
Surviving are his wife, Teresa Hammond of Gowen; a son and two daughters-in-law, Donald Harry II & Leslie Hammond of Greenville, and Brandy Hammond, and her fiancé© Adam Forrester, of Trufant; four grandchildren, Christopher Lee Hammond II, Ashley Marie Hammond, Dakota Charles Hammond, and Morgan Forrester; his "adopted" grandchildren, T.J. Deveraux and Layla Dean; a sister, Catherine & Roger Hausler of Boyne Falls; two brothers, Walter & Catherine Hammond of Trufant, and George Hammond of Greenville; siblings-in-law, Rosemary & Ed Landers of Morrison, Tennessee, Wendy & Scott Hunt of Stanton, and Annette & Terry Blum of Stanton; and several nieces and nephews.
Visitation is Tuesday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the Christiansen Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 511 S. Franklin Street, Greenville, where envelopes for memorial contributions for the family's wishes will be available. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday at Greenville Community Church, 6596 S. Vining Road, Greenville, with the Rev. Joel Heron officiating.
A luncheon will follow and burial will take place privately at Rest Haven Memory Gardens, Belding. To send a message of sympathy to the family, sign Don's online guest book, or to share a favorite memory, please visit: www.ChristiansenCares.com
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