|Gail Wenhardt (#47280322)|
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|After retiring, I took over my father's work on my family tree and it led to photographing headstones of my family in Iowa. So I thought, why not help others who live farther away? Plus, I find cemeteries so interesting and peaceful. There's no better feeling being outdoors on a nice day!|
Please feel free to use any of my photos.
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thank you for the links
Added by Donna on Apr 15, 2014 5:00 AM
|R. GUILLAUME||Transfer Apr 2014|
Thanks so much for this.
|Cindy Coffell||Beatrice (Rose) Camp|
Thought I had the parents linked already. Thanks for catching it. I appreciate you!
|Ozarkcheryl||R. Paul Caldwell|
The Blessing family is deeply appreciative of your support. Thank you. OZARKCHERYL
|Angela May||Colleen Ball May- West Lawn- Lehigh|
Would you be willing to transfer Aunt Colleen's Memorial to manage? I also manage Uncle George's memorial page as well as my grandparents. She just died yesterday and she was just getting ready to turn 97. Shortly before 97 years old, Aunt Colleen was a tough and well loved woman with a big heart, although small in stature. Much Thanks to you adding her name here. She will be missed by all.
|Robert Cihla||Wendy Bennett|
Gail Would you Add Wendy's Parents Find a Grave numbers Father # 109876939
Mother # 127141312
This is my First Cousins baby Girl would you consider transfer to me
|Dodie Kauffman||Deetz family information addition|
Following is the additional information you have requested:
"George F. Deetz
Zelma S. Deetz (1900 - 1960)
Note: h/o Zelma
Cedar Memorial Park
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: Gail Wenhardt
Record added: May 23, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 90603640"
|Dodie Kauffman||Deetz family of Iowa|
My family has kept this obituary notice for some reason and it possibly includes some of the Deetz family members you have posted.
Killed in Italy
Pfc. George Elmer Deetz, 19-year-old-son of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Deetz, 129 Thirty-fifth street drive SE, was killed May 27 in action somewhere in Italy, according to word received Saturday from the war department by his parents.
Pfc. Deetz joined the army in September, 1943, and was sent overseas in March after receiving training at Camp Gruber, Okla. An infantryman, he was a senior at Franklin school at the time of his army induction.
Pfc. Deetz was born May 15, 1925. He has twin brothers, Pfc. Roger and Rollie Deetz, 21, in the quartermaster corps in England, and two younger brothers at home, Edward and Loren.
|Marjorie ||Edit FAG|
Do you know about the edits on your contributor page?
Added by Marjorie on Mar 17, 2014 7:04 PM
|Law-Miller Roots||Hepler @ Springville Cemetery|
Thanks very much for transferring John's memorial. We certainly appreciate it... Hope you have a great evening,
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