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Marilyn D (#47145017)
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Bio Photo Artist and writer.

I want to be part of this service to help others find their loved ones and also for those who passed on so that they are never forgotten.

I enjoy learning about people's lives and honoring their lives so they will be remembered.

I'm very happy to be of service to anyone who needs a photograph of a grave near my location.

Marilyn

Owner of http://www.WithThisKissITheeWed.com
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 Website: www.withthiskissitheewed....
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 • 22 Memorials Managed
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Rhonda C. Poynter & Friends
RE: Nucky Johnson
Hi Marilyn,
Thank You for your response - that's fine re Nucky and his family...I just thought having it on my page might get it a few more visitors, but the sponsoring seems to have helped in that area, anyhow. Hope all is well with you and yours - Best, RCP and Gannon Blue
Added by Rhonda C. Poynter & Frien... on Jun 28, 2013 2:51 PM
Walter Doernbach
RE: Enoch
It really wasn't any fault of yours about the cemetery. When you and many others entered memorials in Zion United Methodist Cemetery, Zion Cemetery had not been created yet. It was very hard to get people to transfer their memorials over, until they realized what they were being told was true. No burials have taken place at the Zion United methodist Cemetery for a very long time, way before Enoch had died and you can verify that by contacting the church.
Added by Walter Doernbach on Jun 28, 2013 11:13 AM
Walter Doernbach
Enoch "Nucky"Johnson
I don't understand why in six months, you will not make the correction.
Added by Walter Doernbach on Jun 28, 2013 6:41 AM
Walter Doernbach
Nucky Johnson
I sorry to inform you that you have Mr. Johnson along with his two wives in the wrong cemetery. I have visited this cemetery many times and his mausoleum is in the cemetery across the street in the Zion Cemetery.
Added by Walter Doernbach on Dec 26, 2012 3:19 PM
Rhonda C. Poynter & Friends
Nucky Johnson
Hi, I just sponsored Mr. Johnson and his two wives; I'm more than happy to do it, and didn't want to ask this until after sponsoring them so that you wouldn't feel uncomfortable saying 'No'...but would you be interested in transferring their pages to my management? It's fine if not, but if you check my page and sponsorships/managed pages, you'll see that I do keep respectable pages up for those I sponsor, both family and otherwise, and, being a writer, I (hopefully) do a thorough and professional job, as well. My personal background is knowing quite a bit about the Detroit/Chicago/Philly/Atlantic City area because of my father, Ronald Poynter, and a memoir about my parents is presently making the rounds of agents and presses - Dad was an interesting man to grow up around, to say the least. =) If you're more comfortable keeping the pages, that's more than okay, but if I can ever help you to flesh out the memorial info, etc., please feel free to let me know. Have a good holiday season - Best, RCP and Gannon Blue
Added by Rhonda C. Poynter & Frien... on Nov 30, 2012 2:43 AM
Ron Meyers
RE: Frank Andrisano
I met Frank while walking through the park with my dad. He used to take us to HC Park because he lived in Bayonne and liked walking by the water. I was about 8 or 9 too. I overheard Frank and a group of boys talking about going into the marines, so me being fascinated with the military since I was a kid, I asked him if he was a marine. He said no, but that he would be in a few months. I told all the guys my name and they told me theirs. The guys he was with were also going into the military. I remembered Frank's name because his name was Frank (my grandfather's name) and he was Italian like me. Bayonne lost an unusually high number of men in Vietnam when you consider that it's such a small town. May they rest in peace on this Veteran's Day...
Added by Ron Meyers on Nov 11, 2012 12:06 PM
Ron Meyers
RE: Frank Andrisano
Someone contacted me a few weeks ago telling me that this very memorial was a dupe. I figured that this person complained to Find A Grave that it was a dupe and had them delete it. You know how people on this site are about being first, about the number of memorials they create, etc. It's all about ego, not honoring the dead. My memorial was quite thoroughly researched too. Oh well. Since they are your relatives I took the liberty of transferring management of all the Andrisanos buried with Frank to your care.
Added by Ron Meyers on Nov 11, 2012 11:18 AM
Ron Meyers
Frank Andrisano
I actually created a memorial to Frank, but for some reason it's no longer showing up. I'll have to create another...
Added by Ron Meyers on Nov 11, 2012 10:32 AM
Ron Meyers
RE: Thank You
You are very welcome Marilyn. I met Frank when I was a kid right before his deployment. It was a chance meeting while in Hudson County park now Stephen Gregg Park. I'm sorry that he didn't make it back...
Added by Ron Meyers on Nov 11, 2012 10:29 AM
Anonymous
RE: Frank Andrisano
not a problem
Added by Anonymous on Nov 23, 2011 11:15 AM
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