|Robert D.Reynolds (#47611568)|
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I am the youngest son of George Matthew Reynolds and Ora Virginia West Reynolds.I was born and reared in Sunflower and Leflore Counties of Mississippi. Spent my teens in a nice community called Bugger-Den.Was a cotton farmer un-till joining the Navy during WWII.And was assigned to U.S.N.O.B.1504 Midway Island as a crash crew fire fighter. I worked as an Auto Mechanic for two years at Dwyer Mississippi prior to taking an 18 month course in Electrical Appliance repair at Trades Training Institute of Mississippi State College at Prairie Mississippi ,I worked as Receiving Clerk/Vehicle Inspector for Machine Products Co. Inc.,a contract operator Of U.S.A.F. Vehicle Storage Base.I also operated an 80 ton Diesel Electric Locomotive Switch engine.I have been a member in good standing of the Aberdeen Ms. Masonic Lodge # 32 since July 15,1953.I now have my 60 year pin. Presently reside in Titusville Florida. Had a long Space career;working on Project Mercury and Project Gemini and later aircraft projects also on the SMAW Anti-Tank Missile Project ,retiring from McDonnell-Douglas after 28 1/2 years on 7-31-1989. I also worked on the Tomahawk Cruise missile program and the ACES II Ejection Seat Project,I had the responsibility to furnish materials to fabricate power cables for the DC9 and DC10 also for the flight attendant seats for both these air crafts.When I first began working on the CAPE; I was asked if I was retired (many there were)I told them I had been tired farming and gotten re-tired many times,So I quit.|
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|Michael [Randy] Walsh||Drennan Family|
Photo ads from this morning.
|Diane Gravlee||RE: Max Ray Deaton|
You are quite welcome. Glad I could help.
|Michael [Randy] Walsh||Guy Drennan|
Not sure how that photo may have helped but I am glad. Wish I had gotten this message a few days sooner. I spent about 2 hours in and around section 3 on Monday upgrading many of the pictures I added about a year ago in the nurses section 21 which is just below and to the left of Mr. Drennan's section. Of course all of the section's are filled with great men and woman but section 3 is one of the more special section's. I have been out there a lot on sunny days the past few weeks trying to load up my computer with photos before winter settles in. Feel free to ask me for anything you need as I am out there all the time. If nothing else I can add some beautiful spring photos on a quiet Sunday morning in a few months. Just added 60 incredible fall photos of Arlington for my friends on facebook just the other day. Have relatives on both ends of the cemetery but the place has special meaning well above and beyond that.
|Lionel Stegall||RE: Vincent Lee Hester|
Robert, you are very welcome. Glad I could help. Lionel
|Janice Oberlin Smarr||Joan Amato|
Ok we will check
|Janice Oberlin Smarr||Joan Amato|
Does she have a headstone this soon after death or do you want a picture of the funeral home marker that may be there?
|Beverly Bills||RE: Winfred Williams|
Thanks Robert. I appreciate any and all corrections. Im sure there are alot more. I do want this as cooect as possible. Any help is appreciated. Im working on plot numbers now.
|Beverly Bills||Famous Persons Listing|
I wanted to ask you about claim to fame. Right now Lehrton only has 1 and I was wondering if you thought Frank Holloman, Horace Stansel, Jane Rule
Burdine, or Robert Crook might qualify?
|Beverly Bills||RE: Lehrton Cemetery memorials.|
Thanks Robert. I am enjoying the project. Just about to finish up the new section and moving on to the Old section next week.
I was amazed at the number of people that I remembered too. As the graves are getting older -- not so much.
Of course anyone from Ruleville remembers Shorty. My dad had the old Mustang with so many miles on it in his back lot for awhile. (I had my eyes on it) Not sure what ever happened to it.
Once I get further on with the project I will probably have questions that you can answer for me.