|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. 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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|Mike Anders||RE: Willie Glenn Smith|
That is a good question.
I sure hope so.
|Karen Smith||Picture on my bio|
Ok, I think I got my picture back up on my bio on Find A Grave.
|Vickie Oates Woods||RE: Lois Dameron FAG#1`19159540|
I made the transfer. Thank you for stepping forward and showing an interest. I know she is in good hands.
|Vickie Oates Woods||RE: Lois Elizabeth Dameron.|
Hi Robert, very nice to meet you. Thank you for adding the photos of this beautiful lady. Would you be interested in me transferring her memorial to you since you were acquainted with her? I did not know her and she should be with a friend or relative who loved her. Thank you.
|Setex Steve||RE: Uton SissonPoole|
Done, didn't see the other photos.
|Sandi K ||Spruills|
I think that is all of yours I got today. Took two sets & downloaded - will take me a while to sort & size. But there is a whole section along edge further up road, and the right fringes (facing sign) perhaps your last ones will be among that! Beautiful day. Sandi
Added by Sandi K on Oct 30, 2013 4:47 PM
|Judy Witter||RE: Ralph Jacob Houser|
I haven't found one but I will keep an eye out.
|Rickey||RE: Peggy A Aarons Horn|
Robert, I appreciate the gravestone photo addition to my Aunt Peggy's memorial.
Added by Rickey on Oct 14, 2013 5:37 PM
|Vickie Arana||RE: Ralph Houser|
Hi Robert, sorry it has taken me so long to anser. Right now I can't find the obituary. The only thing I can say is the newspaper clipping had to have said the Lincoln Cemetery. I am sorry I can't be of more help.
|Sandi K ||RE: Louise Whatley Williams|
I removed the portion of the obituary from Williams & Lord which stated that Louise's parent was John as you state that her father was Ease. Do you have Find A Grave numbers for Ease and Effie Whatley? If so, will link when you send them. There is not a way to link to brothers/sisters & they were not listed in obit except Minnie Bell. Probably pre-deceased her? Thanks for the info - presumably the obit is incorrect on her parent(s).
Added by Sandi K on Sep 29, 2013 1:43 PM
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