|Richard Juhl (#47373923)|
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I've lived in San Francisco for many years but was born and raised in the suburbs west of Denver, CO, (Lakewood and Golden). I've always loved exploring cemeteries, maybe a little too much, according to some family members. The beauty and history seem awesome to me. I've been serious about genealogy for about 7 years and love the search, searching Dunn, Webster, Campbell in the US and Juhl, Johnsen, Jorgensen, Larsen in Denmark.|
I particularly like photographing in veteran's cemeteries and creating memorials for veterans, being a Vietnam vet myself. I live just a few miles from both Golden Gate National and San Francisco National. SF National is my favorite because of the unique location with majestic views of SF Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. During my rather brief US Army career I was stationed for awhile at Letterman Army Hospital (now defunct) which was just a 5-minute walk from SF National. I used to stroll around the cemetery grounds to reduce work stress, and often ate a sack lunch there, so going back is always pleasant and nostalgic.
Feel free to use my photos for your genealogical projects. That's primarily why I took them.
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|Don Nitzel||Donald Underwood Links|
Thank you for the links to Uncle Don's parents. This site gets more awesome all of the time. From one Viet Vet to another. Don
|John LeBoutillier||Denzil Dilman Search and Norma L Search|
Many thanks for posting the details and gravestone photos of Denzil and Norma Search. I am doing a one-name study on the Search family worldwide and am most grateful for your efforts!
|Sandie Cassiday||Iver & Helma Rasmuson|
Thank you for taking the photos, posting them and notifying me! I really appreciate it.
|Tom Brocher||Frank Elbin Hiner|
I believe the photo you posted on this memorial in GGNC is for a different Frank Hiner. See what you think.
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||Robert W. Windham|
This is very cool!
Thank you for posting the headstone photo for Robert. There is something about the military headstones. Honoring someone for their service.
|Cheryl Hall||RE: Kenneth Juhl|
thanks for the picture
|Ed||Rosemary Arnone and Albert Crosier|
Thank you very much for the excellent photo of the double stone of Rose Mary Arnone and her father, Albert Crosier.
Your findagrave.com friend,
Added by Ed on Aug 25, 2014 5:20 PM
|Veronica Jordan||Frank G Lopez|
Thanks so much for taking the photo, and is it okay to post the picture on ancestry.com? I will of course give you photo credit.
I really appreciate your efforts.
|Peg & Lacey||RE: William Curtis Lacey|
You are welcome! My only connection to Mr Lacey is that he shares a name with my daughter. Thanks for taking good care of him :)
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