My name is Rob Goff and I am a Funeral Director / Embalmer in Spokane, Washington. My duties include assisting families in choosing funeral and cemetery services either during the preplanning phase or in an at need experience. My wife and I have been married since 2001 and we have two wonderful sets of twins. They consist of one boy and three girls. As you can probably imagine they keep us very busy. I have worked in the funeral and cemetery professions for the past 25 years. In 1997 I moved to the Spokane area where I have spent my time working for area funeral homes and the Fairmount Memorial Association. I also work in the St. Maries, Idaho area a few days a month. Currently, I am the sitting President - Elect of the Washington State Funeral Directors Association. Please contact me at anytime if you need any photos from our cemeteries or in the St. Maries, Idaho region
James Emory "John" Clark The picture that was uploaded to the memorial of James Emory "John" Clark (ID 60718736) is of a different James Clark; the latter was born Jun 1844 and died 6 Mar 1924 in Washington and his wife was "Sarah A (nee Nichols) Clark," who died 24 Dec 1930 in Washington.
James Emory "John" Clark (ID 60718736) was born Sep 1849 and died 17 Nov 1929 in Los Angeles County, California. The wife of James Emory "John" Clark (ID 60718736) was Eturia Olivia (nee Watson) Clark who died in 25 Dec 1927 in Los Angeles County, California.
Albert Hanson I found recrods of Milla Hanson buried next to Albert. Her headstone is missing or overgrown. I added her to the cemetery listings. I could not find evidence of her relationship to Albert.
Rebecca (Burkhart) Gay, FAG#73033286 Dear Rob, Last year I requested a picture of my great aunt's headstone and you wrote me back that there was none, then put up a picture "Unmarked Grave". Would you please remove it as, to be honest, I just don't like it. Is there anything else we can do to note that her grave isn't marked? I'm sorry, don't mean to offend, I just can't think of any other way to put it than to say that I just don't like the picture noting that her grave isn't marked. I can make a note that her grave isn't marked in her burial notes, which I think will look much nicer. Sorry, but it just really bothers me; I don't know why but it does. Thanks very much for your consideration. Again, my apologies, as you went to the trouble to locate her last resting place and I don't know if I ever thanked you for that. If I didn't, please let me thank you now for searching that really large cemetery and verifying that not only was she interred there with her husband but also that there was no monument or headstone for her of any kind. I'm guessing that you went over the area at least twice to make sure, as most people have headstones and Rebecca was John Burkhart's eldest daughter. (It really surprised me.) With All Sincerity, Kathie L.Webb Blair Portland, Oregon
Andrew F. Weidenbacker Thanks so much for the message regarding the snow. When it is feasible to get a photo, it would be appreciated. We are also looking for his wife, Ida Jane (Robertson) Weidenbacker, who may or may not be buried with or near him. thank you.