|C & Y Zinn-Haines (#47043207)|
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We have enjoyed listing and photographing cemeteries in the Granger, Indiana area. If we listed one of your family members, or someone you would like to have, we will gladly transfer them to you. If you would like to have the listing removed or any part of it removed, please let us know and we will respect your wishes.|
Please use findagrave numbers when asking me to do something. Better yet, use the EDIT tabs.
The personal photos I enter are either from the South Bend Tribune or from the funeral home that listed their passing. I am just trying to respect them with their photo.
Thank You for ALL of the wonderful feedback. Your fantastic comments are what keeps us doing what we do. We do this for You.
If you find ANY Mistakes I have made, Please bring it to my attention and I will do my best to correct them. If there are any duplicates that I have made, let me know.
"PLEASE" use the edit tabs for any and all changes-additions-or other info "PLEASE"
In response to ALL of the people who accuse us of "It's only about the numbers." Yes it is only about the numbers. If I list only one person, I have only helped one family. If I list a thousand people, I have helped a lot of families. The more I list, the more I help and the more I give the respect they deserve. Make any sense to anyone?
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|Denise Brown Biard Ercole||Daisy Hazel|
Thank you for this transfer too! Denise
|Joann Geybels||RE: Charles Van Rie|
I am not the managear of the Charles Van Rie memorial, so I can't move it to the correct cemetery. I have contacted the manager and have asked her to move it, but no luck so far.
|Jo S||Delcia Mae Hamann|
Just to let you know that Delcia Mae Hamann, Memorial # 121596703, was cremated and there was no actual burial. That was at Del's request.
Jo Ellen Snodgrass
Added by Jo S on Aug 22, 2015 10:26 AM
|Susan Valle||Recent edit|
Thank you for your quick response to my edit request; much appreciated.
|Vickie Hutchinson||April B Tochman|
I have added April's parents but was wondering if you would transfer April to me as she was my daughter's stepmom and a friend to me.
|Xcountryrdr||Alan J. Kaminsky|
If you would like to copy and paste obit for Alan memorial no. 150492681.
Alan J. Kaminsky, 66, of New Carlisle, IN passed away at 6:53 p.m., Saturday, August 8, 2015 in his home. Alan was born on January 10, 1949 in Oakland, CA. He had lived in Merrillville, IN while working as an electrician for Inland Steel. He then moved to New Carlisle, Indiana to work at I/N Kote. Alan had been employed for 48 1/2 years. On 10/10/10, at the Old Republic, New Carlisle, IN, he married his wife, Sheri Kaminsky. Alan is survived by his best friend and loving wife Sheri; one daughter, Marie (Jacob) Rudder of South Haven, IN; one son, Aric Kaminsky of Merrillville, IN; one step-son, Raymon Aldridge of New Carlisle, IN; two grandchildren, Owen and Elizabeth Rudder; one step granddaughter, Karalyne Aldridge; two sisters, Alane Walk of Lowell, Indiana and Annette (Gerry) Stevens of California; several nieces and nephews; many great-nieces and great-nephews; and "The Kids". Alan was preceded in death by his mother, Anne (Szany) Kaminsky; his father, Albert Kaminsky; one daughter, Michelle Kaminsky; his father-in-law, Raymond L. Sisk; and one brother-in-law, Robert Walk. Alan served in the United States Marines. He was part of the maintenance crew for the Presidential Helicopters for President Richard Nixon. He was a retired volunteer firefighter who served on Merrillville Volunteer Fire Department for 35 years.
Published in The Times on Aug. 13, 2015
Xcountryrdr no. 48474563
Thank you very much for the quick transfers of all my family. I was suprised it got done so quickly. Thanks again
Hi I have a few requests for transfers please.
Fred Rench #54116647, Clora Rench #54116637, Joseph Rench #54116678, Mary Rench #54116669, Omar Rench #93033580, Iva Whetstone #54116664, Dwight Rench #54116652.
I would like to thank you very much for your help.
|Mary E. Warner||Transfer|
Thanks for the speedy transfer of the memorials for Lucy Irene (Lawton) Wiley and her husband, Adam J. Wiley.
Thank your for your time and effort in obtaining and publishing the photo of the Carpenter family marker! Have a blessed day!
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