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My profile would be boring, so I won't bother (you can visit my dad Mitzie the Clown instead) ... and I won't list a bunch of do this and do that's. "Help with Find A Grave" has all that.... assuming you've read them. |
With sand fleas and no-see-ums biting, dodging bee's, garden snakes, and one territorial hawk - armed with a pocket full of batteries - I've swept the dirt, trimmed the grass, blown off the leaves and dug out the forgotten stones. Each one will tell you a story; of love, laughter and sadness.
I take pictures. Lots of pictures. Good ones, bad ones. wyswyg. Am slowly fixin' the really bad ones. Meanwhile you will know that there is a stone. Please forgive me for the flash glare in any Mausoleum photo's. Someday I will figure out how to do it...
You may use MY picture(s) any way you want, with the exception of re-posting them on Find A Grave. It is my gift to you. No further permission is needed, NOR credit given. This applies to MY PHOTO's ONLY. If you feel you must give credit, use my member ID# only - my name is plastered all over the www as it is.
Many contributors have given their time creating memorials for the men and women who lost their lives in service. I would like to bring attention to just this one:
2nd Lieut. Darrell K. Stoyke
Please, take a moment and visit his memorial. If the people of Eyguieres, France can build a memorial in the center of town to honor him, surely you can take a moment and visit his grave. If you have any information on this young man, please contact me. Thank you.
If you've left me a "thank you" - You are very welcome. I really am glad I was able to help you. Now go back to that memorial you were so happy to find and leave a Flower, a Note, some Cheetos. Anything. Show them you care and they are not forgotten.
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|Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~||RE: re: Charles Johnson|
You're most welcome!
|Marie||Mary F. Getsman Memorial|
Thank you for the photo! I appreciate it! :o)
Added by Marie on Apr 17, 2015 6:56 PM
|Richard H. Goms Jr.||Nellie Reichel|
Thank you again for your help in recreating my family lines through findagrave memorials.
|ShaneO||RE: George E Johnson|
No none of the WWII KIA's were brought back starting until 1947 and were still coming home in 1953. His card says December 1947, so he is one of the early ones...probably only because he came back from Hawaii.
Added by ShaneO on Apr 16, 2015 11:31 PM
|Richard H. Goms Jr.||Nellie J. Reichel|
Nellie Josephine Rodea was born 28 Nov 1915 in Canonsburg, Hennepin, Minnesota. She died on 20 Oct 2009 in Plymouth. She married John B. "Jack" Reichel about 1936.
Would you please update this information in your memorial?
|Richard H. Goms Jr.||Robert Morris Reichel|
I have a duplicate memorial (# 85238688) but until I saw yours the place of burial had remained a mystery. My memorial has exact dates and places of birth and death, as well as a long bio and links to his parents, wife and siblings. I updated the cemetery information from your memorial, and copied your picture of the headstone in case I could not contact you. Please remove your memorial. Also you may add your picture of the headstone with your name, and I will remove my copy.
|ShaneO||George E Johnson|
Is his marker possibly buried? I am adding the gravemarker card...however it does not list location on it.
Added by ShaneO on Apr 16, 2015 7:36 PM
Thank you for the message on Phyllis and Baby Girl Gunderson. Wasn't sure where the baby was buried. I tried at one point to ask Arden about his wife and daughter but it was too painful for him to talk about. Thank you for your help!
Thank you so much for the photo!
|Richard H. Goms Jr.||Richard & Jeannette Kruckeberg|
Thank you so much for your prompt response.
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