I am interested in making memorials mainly for my blood relatives, their spouses and descendants, and those I have a personal connection with. I also enjoy visiting memorials of famous people that I admired. I have been very interested in my family history since childhood, an interest I shared with my mother. She was a saint. It's all about respect and honor here. Posting death certificates of a child, especially when the cause of death or details of life are not in question with the surviving family members, is appalling and inappropriate. Those that currently hold "memorials" for any of my family members should check with me before adding any bogus and/or incorrect information themselves. It's just the smart, and respectful thing to do.
gary richrath i have been a reospeedwagon fan all my life growing up to there music was so much entertaining and learning to play there songs was such a privilage i thought and still do think gary was a true guitar legend in his own time some of his licks are still hard to play but i dont understand why his cause of death is so secretive that not even wikipedia has the information and you cant find anything on the internet about it now you can go back and look at the dates and the deaths in his family and the battles that he had and you can sort of put a picture togeather but him being a inspiration to so many people it could also save there lives as well every celebrity on wikipedia tells the cause of death its just a mystery why his is kept such a secret as well as his gravesite.
Hello! I have just befriended a mother and son team to work on photography projects and noticed your message regarding Hillside. Just so you know, Jewish tradition is that a permanent marker is not placed until after the person has been dead for one year.
One of us will try to get a photo after the one year anniversary of Leonard's passing.
RE: Hi Hi I'm glad to meet you. Sarah Ann Perrell Park is my 3rd great grandmother. I am descended from her daughter Laura Ann Hege (Craver) who was the only child from Sarah's first marriage. Issac was her second husband. My great grandmother was Sadie Jane Craver and my grandmother Gloria Sink.