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Patty Valentino (#47637825)
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*** "THANK YOU" for all of your visits,
to both Sgt. Michael Manno, and for those
whom I've sponsored. ***





A most sincere and humble "Thank You" to all who have left tokens for Sgt. Michael Manno. Your visits have been so very much appreciated during my absence, and your thoughtfulness has been heart-warming.

Patty xxx




When you get a chance, could you please leave an Angel Day Flower on Thursday....3/26....for Jennifer Fry's dad, Joseph. He was a WW II Navy Veteran. Thank you all so much. :)

Joseph William Schuman

**** Thanks for the link Jennifer ;) ****


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Esther Kinder
RE: Thank You Esther....
You are so welcome. It was an honor.
Added by Esther Kinder on Mar 25, 2015 7:08 PM
Donna Choate Sigmon
Dearest Patty,Mama would have loved that shade of lip stick.Thank you so very much for the lovely token.Hugs-Donna
Added by Donna Choate Sigmon on Mar 24, 2015 8:53 PM
bill donegan
Thank you for the lovely message you gave at John Carchietta's site. Blessings on you and yours today and always. Sincerely, Elaine
Added by bill donegan on Mar 22, 2015 1:43 PM
Mary Standridge
It warms my heart every time I visit my Find A Grave family members sites and I see that you have been there and left a token. YOU are a hidden Jewel of Find a Grave, so glad that you are my Find A Grave friend.
Added by Mary Standridge on Mar 22, 2015 7:42 AM
Robert Fowler
RE: Welcome Back
Thanks for sending that link. Really interesting and I was unaware of the controversy surrounding his credentials. I had previously talked to some people who served with my brother about this guy but no one knew him. Not unexpected, being that he was in a different battalion. However, the 3rd Battalion, dubbed the River Rats, would extract my brother's Platoon on occasions when helicopter extraction was impractical. I'm going to look further into this. I love a good research thing.
Added by Robert Fowler on Mar 22, 2015 6:50 AM
Mom of Timothy L. Turner
@};- So glad you're back. We've all been missing U here. Thank U for visiting my loved ones Memorials as U have hundreds of times in the past. I visit Sergeant Manno when I can. At 21, he was just starting his life, just like so many others. They will all be honored & never forgotten.

God Bless U Patty for your continued work & blessings to everyone here. My sincere prayers to U, for good health & prosperity. You're a dear friend. ~ Mom of T.L.T. ~ 648/3 Sun./ Mon. 3-22-2015 12:47 AM EST.
Added by Mom of Timothy L. Turner on Mar 21, 2015 10:47 PM
bill donegan
Thank you for your lovely note in honor of John Carchietta. I had a first cousin Michael who passed away in 2006. He was my favorite cousin. God bless you.
Added by bill donegan on Mar 21, 2015 4:20 PM
Robert Fowler
Welcome Back
Patty, I did drop by the site for Chris Kyle. I read his book, American Sniper and sent it on to my sister. In November, I ran across a interesting article in USA Today about Edward Kennedy. On 7 May 1945, Edward Kennedy was a AP reporter in a group of a couple dozen reports who witnessed Germany's unconditional surrender to Allied Forces in Rheims, France. The reporters were asked to not disclose the surrender for 36 hours until the Soviets could hold a surrender ceremony in Soviet occupied Berlin. That evening, a German radio station in Allied occupied Flensburg broadcast news of the surrender. Mr. Kennedy thought military censors must have allowed the announcement and he called the London office of the Associated Press with the news. The surrender announcement went out over the wires. Politics being what it is, there was a uproar over the release of the information and Mr. Kennedy was summarily fired. He spent much of the remainder of his life trying to clear his name. On 24 Nov 1963, he was injured when hit by a car and passed a few days later. His demise was obscured by the events that had happened the day before in Dallas. At any rate, there is a push on today to have him award the Pulitzer Prize for Journalism. In 2012, the Associated Press publicly apologized for Mr. Kennedy's firing. Thought you might find all of that interesting.
Added by Robert Fowler on Mar 21, 2015 8:36 AM
RE: Hi JJ....
You are welcome, Patty! Thank you for your visits as well, and for the nice welcome to Find A Grave!
Added by JJ on Mar 20, 2015 9:55 PM
Darlene Brindley
Big Thank you
Patty , thank you so much for sponsoring my mother and dads memorials. Your kindness to others warms my heart. I'm glad your back, everyone has missed you. Blessings sent to you Always Darlene
Added by Darlene Brindley on Mar 19, 2015 11:48 PM
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