|Ellis & Lynn (#47403919)|
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The movie, "It's a Wonderful Life," has a great scene where George Bailey wishes he had never been born. His wish is granted by his guardian angel, and he finds himself at the headstone of his brother Harry. George's guardian angel tells him, "Harry broke through the ice and died at the age of nine." George angrily reply, "That's a lie! Harry went to war, got the Congressional Medal of Honor, and saved the lives of every man on that transport." But Clarence explains, "Every man on that transport died. Harry was not there to save them because you were not there to save Harry. Strange, isn't it? Each life touches so many other lives." (Contributor Larry Barnes.)|
"The reality is that you will grieve forever. You do not get over losing a loved one, but you learn to live with it. You heal and rebuild around the losses you suffer. You may be whole, but you will never be the same. Nor should you be. Nor would you want to be!" (Elizabeth Kubler Ross)
We thought of you with love today,
but that was nothing new.
We thought about you yesterday
and days before that too.
We think of you in silence
and sometimes speak your name.
Now all we have is memories
like pictures in a frame.
Your life is now a keepsake
with which we'll never part.
God with you in His keeping;
us with you in our heart.
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|C K R||RE: William Hagen|
Sorry, Ellis and Lynn. I don't have that information. You might be able to find info in records from the newspaper, "Loveland Reporter Herald" or Loveland, Co.'s public library.
Added by C K R on Sep 09, 2016 8:08 AM
|Cemetery Walker||RE: Charles Hancock|
Thank you for letting me know of the duplicate. I deleted my memorial for Charles.
|Leslie Hollander McVay||RE: Maxine's parents|
I am not related to the Reid's. I have been working with one of James and Anna's grand daughters with her tree. Thank you.
|Julie Haws||Paul Kotter|
I didn't expect a transfer. Thank you.
|Julie Haws||Paul Jeffrey Kotter|
I just visited with Paul's widow and thought I would pass on some information to you if you would like to add to the memorial you created for Paul. #164985713 I have known Paul and Cathy for many years as I prepared their tax returns (I am an accountant in my other life besides findagrave). Paul's remains were cremated and the ashes were given to Cathy. Here is the obituary at Wood Funeral Home if you would like to use it.
|Eva Pippin Flowers||Jack Donald Francisco|
Thank you for setting up the site for Jack Donald Francisco, doing such a great job on it, making the edits requested, topping it off with transfering it. You make a great example for Find A Grave volunteers. May you be blessed for blessing others!
Thanks for the updated info for Delores Shibao, it has been noted on her Find A Grave website.
Added by deetsdon on Jun 10, 2016 5:16 PM
|Davis Arnold||Robert or Ronna Leonard photo requests|
Hi - The Cemetery Office could not find a record for Robert or Ronna Leonard (78239580 & 105218282) in either the Rose Hill or Fielding Memorial Park Cemeteries. Sorry
|Calmly Searching||Joshua Martin|
I believe that Joshua is indeed the son of Sue Ann Martin, however, I am wondering what evidence you might have that she is being buried in Summit Ridge Cemetery.
Everything I have read today states that there was to be a celebration of life for her, none of the articles give reference to a burial location.
Are you by chance related to Sue?
Thanks for your work on this site, and for taking time to send an edit. Please let me know about Sue's burial information so I will be able to proceed with the edit.
Have a great day.
|Lawrence Beufve||RE: Robert Kent Burns in Rigby, ID|
Thank you so much. I would really appreciate having the memorial transferred to me.
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