|Anne Birkam (#47698715)|
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Retired librarian whose current hobbies are gardening (mostly vegetables), reading and looking up dead ancestors.|
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|Wendelina||Grave# 95030447 - Roman Warneke|
Thank you for adding my great uncle Roman! Could you please add his obituary to his memorial? It would be greatly appreciated :-)
Obituary for Roman Warneke
Roman Charles Warneke, age102, of Ft. Wayne, passed away Wednesday June 17, 2009 at his residence. Born in Freeport, MN, he was the son of Joseph and Gertrude Warneke. He graduated from the University of Minnesota with a BS degree in Electrical Mechanical Engineering. He was an Engineer at General Electric and taught classes at Ft Wayne College. He also wrote 12 songs and published a book of poetry. He played harmonica and violin for many years. He formerly lived in Defiance, OH, Hillsdale, MI and Anderson, IN. After retirement he went to work for H. & R. Block. He was married to Carolyn A. Morse and Mabel Boettcher who both preceded him in death. He is survived by two daughters, Marilyn Brown and her husband, Steven, and Sue Collins, and her husband Pastor Ben, 6 Grandchildren and 6 Great Grandchildren. Roman was cared for by Marilyn and Steven for 12 years before his passing along with help from the nurses and aides at Parkview Hospice Care. The Mass of the Resurrection will be Saturday June 20, 2009, at 11:00 am at Queen of Angels Catholic Church, Ft. Wayne. Visitation will be Friday June 19, 2009 at Covington Memorial Funeral from 4:00 to 6:00 pm and 7:00 to 8:00 pm with a Prayer Service to be held at 5:30 pm. Cremation will follow after the service and committal of his ashes will be at a later date.
|Maureen Sanders||Doman headstone|
I have just discovered and joined FindaGrave. What a wonderful site! I was led here by your link to Charlotte Doman's memorial. Would you be able to send me a copy of the photo of the stone for Charlotte L Doman and James W Doman from Mount Olivet Cemetery, Saginaw, Michigan.
I am researching the Pembroke line (Charlotte was a Pembroke), originating in Ireland. Please let me know if I can be of any help to you with this family.
|Vonda ||Brian LoPresto|
Thanks for the transfer of Brian LoPresto.
Added by Vonda on Jan 27, 2014 7:02 PM
|cecile grandowicz||Robert Louis McLove|
Annie - Thank you very much for transferring this memorial along with his parents to me. I am able to link the family together. I really appreciate all the great work you do. Happy Holidays. Cecile
|cecile grandowicz||Rbert McLove|
Hello Annie - Robert is Fritz and Candy's son. Would you mind transferring his memorial to me, so I can connect them all. Thanks again. Cecile
|cecile grandowicz||Candy McLove|
Thanks, yes, then I can put the whole family together. Appreciate it.
|cecile grandowicz||Fred P McLove|
Hello - Fred is my brother-in-laws brother. Would you be willing to transfer his memorial to me? I can attach him to his brother and parents. Appreciate hearing from you and thanks.
|patrickinpetoskey||Elmer W. and Annamarie M Doelcher Fulmer Memorials|
Thank you so much for creating and now transferring these two memorials into my care. Your kindness has put me one step closer to once again "linking" this family to one another. Your assistance is most appreciated.
|Ron Merrel||Franke and Gideon Parent|
Franke (Memorial# 94331953) and Gideon (Memorial# 94331995) were husband and wife. Franke's maiden name was Rockwell, born 12 Dec 1889 in Albany, Gentry, Missouri. Her Father was James Harvey Rockwell Jr. (Memorial# 49432245). I do not want to manage this but will give you any information you need.
Anne, thank you for the transfer and for adding his parents.
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