|Kelly Howell (#47798985)|
| || member for 3 years, 9 months, 13 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|We just discovered this website and are trying to get our familys added and linked together. We like to add photos and bios for all we can, so that others can find out about them. We are throughly enjoying the experience. We value others positive input.|
|Messages left for Kelly Howell (328)||[Leave Message]|
|Shellie Fox||Myrna Jean Fox Keele|
I am asking to have my Aunt's memorial transferred so I can maintain it. Her ID # is 121872296 and mine is (#47716733).
|Molly Bare||Dearden Family|
Trying to get some family history put together, I am thinking you are related to Beth? Send me a message.
Ralph Frazee, 87 years of age of Salmon, Idaho passed away on Thursday, October 29, 2015. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer on Courthouse Drive. Burial in the Salmon Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to Hospice of Salmon Valley at 506 Van Dreff Street or Salmon Volunteer Fire Department. Arrangements are under the direction and care of the Jones & Casey Funeral Home of Salmon, Idaho. www.jonesandcaseyfh.com
There are few men that touch the lives of everyone they know. Ralph Frazee was one of those men. Whether you were the unsuspecting victim of one of his hilarious yet kind-hearted pranks or he happened by you in a time of need, he left an indelible mark on everyone he met. His home, shared with Joyce, his loving wife of 66 years, and his two sons, Kirk and Steve, was filled with love, laughter, and just a touch of mischief that always kept you wondering what he was going to do next.
Ralph was born on Hayden Creek, in a small cabin located just downstream of the fishing ponds on September 9th, 1928 to Guy and Irene Frazee. He always spoke fondly of his years up at the homestead at Rye Grass with his siblings Kenneth and Ellen. Forever proud to be a Leadore Mustang, it was during his school years that he met and eventually married his soul mate, Joyce Langfitt of Tendoy. They lived a few different places outside of Lemhi County but the Beaverhead Range of the Bitterroots and Sleeping Lady had an allure that neither could ignore. They returned to Salmon, never again to leave, when Steve was four.
Steve and his brother Kirk spent countless hours of their childhood exploring the mountains, skiing, kayaking, snowmachining, hunting, fishing, and camping. A love of the outdoors was fostered by Ralph, and he was the consummate teacher of all outdoor skills, whether it be hunting elk, catching steelhead, or riding snowmachines. The Frazee house became the launching point for the family’s frequent outdoor adventures.
Ralph was employed by Century Telephone for nearly 30 years, working his way from lineman to plant supervisor. Ralph was also a volunteer fireman, a job which shaped his life and created friendships that have stood the test of time. His grandkids were always proud of Papa the fireman, and more than once he brought them along to a fire, if they happened to be staying at the house and the sirens went off.
Once Ralph and Joyce retired, their home became a favorite of many of their friends for conversation and bs’ing that often trickled over into toddy hour. All of their parties were filled with laughter and good times, and Ralph was the center of attention whenever Joyce wasn’t, singing a song with his guitar or telling one of his favorite stories.
His grandson Chris Frazee always was “Joyce’s boy” from the start. Nonetheless, Chris and Ralph went on frequent camping trips, loading up the Willys and heading off into the hills to one of Ralph’s favorite fishing holes or just a great place to see the countryside. His granddaughter Heather was often right by his side, whether in the garage working on the jeep or standing around the campfire. He taught her to embrace her “need for speed” and never let her forget, when she was just a toddler, she broke his ankle while he was teaching her to ride a snowmachine. Both grandkids have a bond with Grandma Joyce and Papa that they will cherish forever.
Ralph died peacefully in his home on October 29th, surrounded by friends and family. He was preceded by his loving wife Joyce on August 29th, 2015 and his son Kirk. He is survived by his son Steve (Cindy) Frazee of Salmon, Grandson Chris Frazee, Granddaughter Heather (Mike) Whitson, Great granddaughters Abigail and Emma Frazee and Marin Whitson as well as Great Grandson, Reid Kirkham Whitson.
The family would like to thank Salmon Valley Hospice, especially Cindy, for their compassionate care of both Joyce and Ralph during their final days on this Earth.
|Family History Girls||Marguerite Josephine Dennis Wilson|
I am writing to you in regards to a memorial for my great grandfather's sister, Marguerite: Find A Grave Memorial# 41837997. There were two photos posted by you of with Marguerite and her husband, Guy. I am curious as to how we are related and if you are related if you have any information as to her children, Irma Fae Wilson, Guy Eldon Wilson and Merrill D. Wilson. I am curious to know if these cousins are still living and where they may be located, Idaho? Utah?
Thanks for any information you may have. Feel free to email me at email@example.com.
Thank you for your quick reply, and the transfers of my family members.
Added by Leann on Dec 06, 2015 6:10 PM
Thank you for transferring the memorial of my mother.
Added by Leann on Dec 06, 2015 4:11 PM
|SLong||Requesting Permission to use Tombstone and or Photos of Family members|
I would like your permission to use your photos posted on FIND A GRAVE, in my files, that pertain to my families.
I'm working on the the Akers family, Kenis Akers, buried in Mountain View Cem, Idaho. His mother, Martha Frasure Akers is my 1st cousin 2x removed.
If permission is granted I would list you in my files as Source:
Tombstone Photo[s] [date] Taken by [ ], Find A Grave [Permission to use]
Family Photo[s] [date] Taken by [ ] Find A Grave [Permission to use]
Sheryl Frazier Long
Added by SLong on Nov 26, 2015 9:08 PM
|DMort||Emma Louise Moon Goerg|Added by DMort on Nov 21, 2015 10:35 AM
|Billie Bollwinkel||RE: Patricia Farnsworth Bean|
Thank you, thank you!
I'm a Draper, Could could you please tell me if you are related to the Draper's? Thank you, Your help will be greatly appreciated. I"m doing Genealogy.
|[View all messages...]|