|Vaughan Mavir (#47232034)|
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I am a retied law enforcement officer from England and have married my second wife who is from Colorado where we now have made our home.|
I am currently a volunteer for both FAG and the local Pueblo Library, The Pueblo Library has an extensive obituary index for local deaths from the Pueblo Chieftain which can be accessed via the library website Pueblolibrary.org once on the home page just select search and select Obituary index, the service is free via E mail or a small charge is made if you want a hard copy. We are also developing birth and marriage records which are not available online yet.
I am currently compiling a list of Vets from the Pueblo Area this will be available in the Special, Collections are at the library.
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|Pauline DiSipio||RE: Vets Imperial|
Thank you, Vaughan.
|Sarah Stout||RE: David Allen Atencio|
I will check with my husband about more detail. I know the he was a rising star in the USMC in the late 80s.
|Graveyard Walker||John Harr|
|Kevin & Paula Meyer||Norman F. Rogerts|
Hello I saw your find a grave request. I did find Norman's obit and here is the link. Have a great day.
Norman F. Rogers, born Sept. 10, 1926, died April 6, 2015. Preceded in death by loving wife, Lieselotte, in June, 1991; and son, Edward in 2014. Survived by three children, Monica Pfeifer, David Rogers and Dianna Rider; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Norman was inducted into the U.S. Army in January 1945 until November 1946. Re-entered the U.S. Army in August 1949 until retirement as a master sergeant in June 1968. He attended the University of Colorado, Cragmore Campus in Colorado Springs, and was employed with the Pueblo County Department of Social Services as a caseworker from November 1971 until January 1987. As requested by the deceased, there will be no funeral or memorial. - See more at: http://www.chieftain.com/news/obituaries/3503462-120/norman-rogers-army-colorado#sthash.CZ5k3fuH.dpuf
|Sarah Stout||Dave Antencio|
Will you please email me? My husband was VERY close to Dave when they were Marines together 30 years ago. He is distraught to learn that David died nearly 3 years ago. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jim Anderson||transfer account|
Will you please transfer Margaret Vialpando (# 131632287) to me? She is my wife's aunt.
|Jim Anderson||RE: headstone picture|
Thank you so much for assistance. Unfortunately, there is not a headstone for her. I did find out her burial plot information.
Thank you again,
|Pauline DiSipio||RE: Hi Pauline|
Thanks, Vaughan, for the update on your Veterans Collections. You are doing amazing work, and I congratulate you. I am starting a virtual cemetery for veterans (it will be big) and will be available for access by you. I have to backtrack to locate memorials. It will take me awhile ...
Good work, Vaughan, with the Veterans records and the obituary records, also. You are doing a valuable service.
|Pauline DiSipio||Virtual Cemeteries of Vets|
Hi again, Vaughan,
I just accessed your virtual cemeteries for Veterans! Good work!
|Pauline DiSipio||Photo of Dorothy Pope!|
Thanks for adding a photo of Mrs. Dorothy Pope, my third grade teacher!
Also ... I am adding several Veterans to Imperial Memorial Gardens. Hope there is a way for you to locate the Memorials. I was thinking about creating a virtual cemetery for Veterans, but I have not done that. I would imagine that you have several lists and resources for Pueblo Veterans. Good luck with your Veteran project.
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