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|Virginia Brown||Wallace Osborne|
Thanks a million for the transfer and for posting a photo of Berlin's gravestone. This means a lot to me. I will be adding information to both memorials soon.
I hope someone does something nice for you in return.
Woo hoo! Thx :-) Transfer? your family? Happy to!
I took your info, and added some more.
Let me know if you would like to me add more.
I got stumped on her maiden name.
I couldn't figure out who she was before she married Isaacson. If you know... fill me in.
|Southern Muse||Thanks! re: Anna Hedrick Crowson Memorial|
Thanks, regarding Anna Hedrick Crowson (Find A Grave Memorial# 20737735), for correcting her parents, listed on her death record as Jacob and Polly Hedrick.
|Michael Young||Robertson 71517676|
Hi Bonnie I got your message about Robertson ( Gertrude) I have the Cemetery records and she isnt listed. This is not to say she isnt there but just not listed. I will do some checking. Are you sure she is there? Michael
|mary haunreiter||RE: Haunreiter|
Yes, thank you.
|mary haunreiter||RE: Haunreiter|
The "biography" needs to only say:
"January 10, 1944~August 16, 2014
"The mountains are calling and I must go..."
Steve Haunreiter of Camas, WA was born in Seattle, WA. He graduated from Edmonds High School in 1962, and studied Chemical Engineering at the University of Washington. At this time he met his beloved wife of 49 years,, Mary Bruce.
In 1968, Steve moved from Edmonds to Camas to start a career at Crown Zellerbach Paper Company. career of 40 years.
Steve and Mary raised their three sons in Camas, as well as eight Vietnamese children that he loved as his own. In 1996, they built their dream home along the Little Washougal River in Fern Prairie, which has served as a gathering place for their many children and grandchildren.
Steve was a community volunteer, and his life was focused on service to others. He was Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 565 in Camas for over 20 years, and was recognized with the Presidental Scout Master award of merit, as well as the prestigious Silver Beaver award. Steve served as an active member of the Camas Lions Club, and was awarded the Melvin Jones Fellow for dedicated humanitarian services. Steve was also the President of Camp Currie, a youth camp serving the Clark County community.
An avid outdoorsman, Steve enjoyed road biking, especially with his sons and daughters. Steve spent his last day doing what he loved, biking with some of his children."
****We do not know when his permanent headstone will be installed and I will post a photo of it after it's installation. I do not want the name of his mother listed on the memorial. Our children prefer their names be not listed. Thank you for amending this. While I have been active on "Findagrave" for many years, when I was told by a friend that Steve's death information was already there, along with a photo of the temporary marker, I was a bit surprised so I appreciate the chance to correct the information.
|mary haunreiter||Steve Haunreiter|
Steve was my husband. He never went by his birth name of Lawrence Stephen Haunreiter because of the confusion with his father's name of Lawrence A. Haunreiter. I would prefer that on "find a grave" that he be listed as just Steve Haunreiter which is what his permanent headstone will read. I will post a photograph of his permanent headstone after it is installed and I would like to remove the photo of the temporary marker.
|Louise Irene Leach Boyd||RE: HARRY HALL|
I would like to give you credit for the info. May I put your name, even if only 1st name. Let me know?
|Louise Irene Leach Boyd||HARRY HALL|
Thank you for the information. I appreciate it so much. So nice to have the info attached so others can enjoy. Are you related to this person?
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