Nothing is more rewarding for me knowing something I have done has touched or matters to someone else's life. It brings comfort to me to bring 'alive' a person who one would have thought to be long forgotten. It is some what an honor to the one that has passed bringing renewed memories or information to someone else so egar to know more of that person.
'Grave-hop'n' has become a big hobby of mine and a well-known term for those in my family and/or know me well. It's such a satisfying feeling for me finding the searched for and making a difference even if its small. A lot of tymes a memorial arises questions to me like 'who was this person?, So sometimes I find my self researching to find out more information~which I am more than happy to pass on or listen to personal stories...which brings on Another great satisfaction of finding out who someone really was, in a sense bringing their memory back to light. If you have any additional information on any of the memorials I manage that you would like added to their page feel free to email it to me and I will be honored to do so...
If you have family managed by me and want them transfered to you please do not hesitant to ask, it is not a number game with me... Simply just let me know the relationship and generation they are of kin to you and I will do my best on my end for prompt response.
If there is a photo of mine I have uploaded by mistake or accident that you would like removed...again just let me know.. I'm only perfect every 5th Thursday of the month so I do tend to make mistakes here and there.
I hope you enjoy the products of my grave-hop'n as it is always a pleasure volunteering my tyme.
Memorial #104084130 Hi Phoebe, This memorial is my brother's (Jerald Linnabary Jr.). My mother's and sister's (Nancy Mahaney and Lisa Hamilton) ashes were buried with his. Lisa's middle initial is wrong on the stone. Her middle name was Gail. Is there any way to make note of this in the memorial? An extended family member was kind enough to make the stone so I absolutely can't complain and wouldn't want to replace it. She would probably have thought it was funny that it's wrong but years from now it may confuse someone who is working their family tree. Thank you so much for anything you can do to help. Robin St James Memorial #104084130
Fred Beatty Hi Phoebe, thank you very much for taking the photo of Fred Beatty's headstone. I sincerely appreciate you taking your time and effort to do this for me. I appologize with the lateness of my thank you. Vicki