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Paul Casano (#46483548)
 member for 13 years, 3 months, 27 days
wings214
RE: Daniel Vasselian
Thank you very much!

Added by wings214 on May 28, 2014 1:02 PM

Sue Seeterlin Rice
RE: Spec Robert Michael Cartwright
Paul,
Thank you for the fine photo. If you are able to provide another of the Military Stone that would be most welcome. Your generosity is appreciated.
Sue Rice

Added by Sue Seeterlin Rice on Mar 28, 2014 7:44 AM

wings214
RE: Daniel Vasselian
You are very welcome. I truly feel that It is an honor to sponsor our heroes. My father was a Marine fighter pilot KIA, so I have very strong feelings for the troops we've lost and their families. Our older son is career Army, and I pray he doesn't end up on Find A Grave during my lifetime.

Cheryl Young

Added by wings214 on Feb 09, 2014 5:34 PM

Christine Mousseau
RE: Nathalie Frances Kelley
Paul, I have two books about them and my 12 year old daughter skates at the Cheshire Figure Skating Club in Keene, NH. 3 years ago the club did a ice show in honor of the 1961 US Figure Skating Team memory. Theirs history and legacy have become an interest of mine. I am planning on create a memorial for Danny Ryan soon. Thanks so much. Does your bosses father have some stories about them? If he does I would love to read about them so if you have the time I would getting an email with more infor. about them-mommousseau@yahoo.com Thanks so much again.

Added by Christine Mousseau on Jan 31, 2014 3:56 PM

Christine Mousseau
RE: Nathalie Frances Kelley
I would love to if it is okay with you, Paul.

Added by Christine Mousseau on Jan 31, 2014 11:47 AM

Christine Mousseau
Nathalie Frances Kelley
She was not a member of the US Figure Skating team. She was Gregory's older sister and became his personal tutor. She was a former science teacher at Ashland High School which she took a leave of absence from to support her brother with his skating. She had also been a competitive skater in her teens. At her parent's request she boarded the plane to Prague to keep an eye on her 16 year old brother. She was the oldest of 6 children.

Added by Christine Mousseau on Jan 31, 2014 8:28 AM

Rubbings
Frank "Torpedoman 3/C" Wiseman
Thanks for the Xfer - Memorial Updated ....

Added by Rubbings on Jan 23, 2012 5:51 PM

Marigay
RE: joseph hunt
Thanks ... I fixed it.

Added by Marigay on Jan 04, 2010 1:02 AM

Tom Reece
Phillip De Lorenzo
Thanks for the quick action on Phillip. Let me know about the others.

Added by Tom Reece on Oct 21, 2009 4:15 PM

Tom Reece
Vietnam KIA/MIA's
Paul,we are currently working on all the NC based soldiers that lost their lives in the Vietnam War. Denis had contacted me trying to locate Phillip,so I created a memorial. We won't turn away any and if they are brought to our attention no matter what state they call home, we will do our best to honor them. So if you know of any,e-mail me and we'll go from there.
Tom

Added by Tom Reece on Oct 20, 2009 7:00 PM

David Anderson
Thank you!
Paul!
Thank you very much for taking the two photos of my ancestors headstones, Joseph and Beulah Hunt. I appreciate it very much.
Is Joseph actually buried in the Oakland Cemetery in Randolph, and not the Oakland Cemetery in Medway?
Again, thank you for taking the time to find these two headstones for me.
David Anderson
Portland, OR

Added by David Anderson on Oct 15, 2009 2:33 PM

Kevin Miller
The Boy in the Boat
Hey Paul, I saw your bio picture. Do you know the story of the monument?

Added by Kevin Miller on Sep 06, 2009 11:23 AM

Linda Coffey
RE: john collins
Dear Paul,
Thanks for checking; do you remember what section of St. Joseph's Cemetery is the grave of John Collins, if you enter from Corey St.? I'll have to visit it. I guess it must be John Collins's mother or grandmother who are buried in Mount Benedict Cemetery. I'm glad you had a good visit, and I hope I didn't inconvenience you.
Thanks agin!!!
Linda Coffey

Added by Linda Coffey on Sep 05, 2009 9:34 PM

Linda Coffey
RE: john collins
Dear Paul,
Maybe I am incorrect, and i'm thinking about some of the other Collins family members. I will also check in a few weeks when I'm at Mount Benedict Cemetery. If you find John Collins burial site in St. Joseph's Cemetery, can you send me the location of his burial plot. He was an amazing man, and he was like a brother to my father, and like an uncle to me and my siblings. His wife, Mary, is still alive!
Thank you!
Linda Coffey

Added by Linda Coffey on Sep 02, 2009 5:42 PM

Linda Coffey
Mayor John F. Collins burial site
Dear Paul,
John Collins is my father's first cousin, and I have visited his grave many times. It is located in Mount Benedict Cemetery in West Roxbury MA 02132 (on St. Joseph's Street*), not in St. Joseph's Cemetery. St. Joseph's Cemetery is across the street. Could you please edit the burial site?
Did you know Mayor Collins? My father's name is Arthur G. Coffey.
Thank you!!!
Linda Coffey
*In Mount Benedict Cemetery the streets have names, and both my father's grave and Mayor John F. Collins's grave are on St. Joseph Street.

Added by Linda Coffey on Sep 01, 2009 8:33 PM

For My Girls
Photographs Taken
Paul - Thank you soo much for taking the photograph of the Kelley headstone at the Holy Sepulchre in Stoughton. It answered a lot of genealogical questions I had and raised a couple more. I was so excited to see the unexpected picture. I am beyond grateful.

Added by For My Girls on Apr 29, 2009 8:11 PM

Douglas Little
Nathanie3l Niles
Thanks for posting the picture - it is appreciated

Doug Little

Added by Douglas Little on Aug 25, 2008 4:06 PM

 
 

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