|Bill and Denise (#47831334)|
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My husband (USAF retired) and I (US Army veteran) are now working our second careers...USPS for him and Retired for me. Some days are tougher for me because of my Multiple Sclerosis but my husband has been strong for me.|
Many thanks to those that have asked and allowed us to take pictures of their loved ones. If we are managing a memorial that you would like transferred to you ....just let us know! Memorials should be with loved ones whether they are related or not. All we ask, if transferred, is that you did not request the transfer just to trash the memorial. Now is not the time to vent an old enemy or maybe an ex.
Some photos are harder to read than others due to nature or decorations. We will not rearrange decorations if it is not a request for a headstone. If it is a request, we will try to get a clear shot and then replace the decorations where they were.
We will walk the cemeteries that others won't. Some memorials are hard to find but we will try AND hopefully succeed.
Our pictures are your pictures. Feel free to beg, borrow, steal with no intent to return. You are more than welcome to use the photos we take and we are honored. We take pictures of headstones out of kindness ... not for our ego or for the "numbers."
No one should EVER be forgotten. What goes around comes around.
Live, love, laugh. Tomorrow may not be there for you but today is!
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If you have time, please leave a flower for my brother, Kevin
who was a victim of murder recently.
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|R-Aguilar||Hector R. Aguilar|
Thank-you very much for the photo of our cousin.
I know I wrote that William Williams spouse name was Zula Vizard that's his daughter his wife is Zula Williams if you see her buried close to spouse, Thanks again for the photos
|Weldon Collins||Vizard Family|
Thanks for volunteering to get the grave photos they are buried in BLOCK 10 LOT 207 SPACE 10,11,12. I also added their son. Thanks again for volunteering
I believe I took them all, however there is always the possibility that could have missed one. I remember walking around more than once. If you go out there good luck.
The adjacent cemetery was overgrown with weeds and brush.
Added by LKat on Jun 28, 2015 8:14 AM
|Bob Bardo||RE: Hrabel gravestones|
Thank you for taking and posting the photos of the gravestones for the Hrabels.
|Mr. Fay Schlotfeldt||Adolph Denker, Ruppert Cem.|
A special thank you for the thoughtful picture that acknowledged the grave with an unreadable headstone (thus no dates) for a Granduncle's site I had not previously found. Thanks also to Cindy Munson for publishing this grave. Adolph died about 1920 and he was born in Germany 11 June 1867. I have now been able to add a photo of him and some of his brothers and sisters and make the Find-a-grave link with his father for any future "searchers". You have helped us "bring him home". He was the only one of the family to leave Iowa and the northern plains in those early 1900s for Texas. Our searches had not turned up his gravesite. Again, thank you for your efforts. They are deeply appreciated.
Thanks so much for the great photo!
Added by sibe80 on Jun 25, 2015 2:00 PM
|Liz Brown||Marie Gibson|
Thank you so much for taking the time to get the photo of Marie Gibson's headstone for me. Have a wonderful week.
|Glynnda Kennedy Wesson||Leo Porter|
Thank you for taking the picture of his burial space. Deeply appreciate all of your time and efforts. You provide a wonderful service for family members.
|Susan Hester||Hazel Chambers|
Thank you for photographing Hazel Chambers grave. I succeeded her as organist at Highland Terrace United Methodist Church (on Steves at S. New Braunfels) in 1978.
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