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fordvickie (#47140740)
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Bio Photo Hello, I am a retired military Veteran. I served in the 60's, 70's and 80's, twice in Vietnam. I was very proud to serve my Country, and it bothers me to see the way our Government Leaders are leaning in the treatment of our wounded Veterans today.
I worked for the Boeing Co,(after retiring from the military) until forced to retire on disability in early 2000.
I have and enjoy classic cars, it has become my passion.

I would like to let anyone know that you may use any photo's I post on Find-A-Grave, can be used as you see needed. John
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Roy William Boylan
RE: Re: Leslie Judkins
John,

You are welcome. I have a great deal of information on Leslie's ancestry going back to Norway and Denmark if there is any interest. I also have a very nice photo of him that went with the obit. My e-mail is rwboylan@aol.com.

On another note, I looked at your biography. On this Veteran's Day, I extend my thanks and respect for your service. When I served in the Air Force from 1956-1960, my grandmother used to tell me to wear my uniform in restaurants because some one would pick up the tab for me. Grandma was, of course, thinking of the 1940s but by my time those days were gone. And it got even worse in the Vietnam era. Hopefully, those days are behind us for good.

Regards,

Roy
Added by Roy William Boylan on Nov 11, 2014 11:17 AM
Glenn R Morton
Ignore my first message
For researchers who come after me, my first message challenging Ann Ree's place of death is wrong.
Added by Glenn R Morton on Nov 11, 2014 7:28 AM
Glenn R Morton
RE: Ann (Calvert) Hollingsworth
Thanks for the correction. I very much appreciate that
Added by Glenn R Morton on Nov 11, 2014 7:27 AM
Glenn R Morton
Ann Ree Hollingsworth
I don't believe that the Ann in Memorial 124224550
is the wife of Valentine Hollingsworth who moved to America. I found a Quaker record that says Ann, wife of Valintine Hollingsworth died 17th day 8th month of 1687 in Pennslvania.
Added by Glenn R Morton on Nov 10, 2014 7:55 PM
Tom Denardo
RE: Ketcham's at Floral Hills cemetery.
you are very welcome.
I also found a ketchum
Added by Tom Denardo on Nov 04, 2014 12:35 PM
Shirley Knapp
Glenn
Thank you for checking.
Added by Shirley Knapp on Aug 14, 2014 7:20 AM
Sue Tanner
Aebly
Thanks very much for calling Greenwood and getting their locations, and posting them.
The staff at Greenwood are always great to deal with, never any problems, but it was very much appreciated. Sue
Added by Sue Tanner on Jun 09, 2014 5:08 PM
llk1254
RE: Re: Luther Dant photo request
You are very welcome. I am happy I looked at the Oak Hill requests and had these photos on hand from my family photos.
Added by llk1254 on May 24, 2014 11:21 AM
David Post
RE: Re: Laura McCormick
Thanks for giving me the location. That made it very simple to find. I also noticed that it was next to Alexander Clare Thomson (1874-1963) who may be her brother?

-David
Added by David Post on May 21, 2014 10:41 PM
L.W. Clark
Military service
Thank you for your service to keep us all safe.
Vietnam vets have always got the short end of the stick when it comes to support. I for one am grateful to you.
Added by L.W. Clark on May 11, 2014 6:30 PM
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