|Kara Edie (#46631881)|
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My father Don Barber died on 7/6/06 after a tremendous 3-year fight with lung cancer. Please leave some flowers for him here; I'd really appreciate it.|
After eight years of waiting, my mother, Penny Barber, died and reunited with Pop on Christmas Day, 2014.
Kara is the Office Manager for the Montgomery United Fund in Crawfordsville, Indiana.
Kara is happily married with a daughter and a son in a home that used to be a mortuary.
I enjoy being able to fulfill photo requests for people who want to see where their loved ones rest but are unable to travel the distance. I take great care in grave photography so the memory of loved ones is given as much accuracy and respect as possible. I'm available for photo requests throughout much of Indiana, especially west, central, and northwestern areas.
To live in this world
you must be able
to do three things:
to love what is mortal;
to hold it
against your bones knowing
your own life depends on it;
and, when the time comes to let it
to let it go.
--Mary Oliver, "In Blackwater Woods"
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|Honoring our ancestors||Thomas Slavens|
Thank you for the photo for Thomas. Can you post this on his wife's memorial page? (Minerva Slavens)
Thanks so much for the Stoddard headstone photos. I appreciate your time and assistance.
Added by Julie on May 22, 2010 8:18 AM
|Genealogy Bug Kate||Potts Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the photo of Sarah Hauk and Elizabeth Baldwin's markers. They are greatly appreciated.
|Chuck Paddack||John Dunkle|
My sincere thanks for the photo, I had gotten a picture of his wife's headstone (Barbary) and a message from the picture taker that the stone next to hers was down and in a position not to take a picture. It appears that the stone has been moved.
Again thanks for the photo and have a great week.
The Chuckster aka Chuck Paddack