Hi, I'm Heather. I was born in Mobile, Alabama and have lived all over the South,East and West Texas, Chicago, Hawaii and now Michigan. I have two grown children and two grandchildren. When I was in nursery school, way back in the early 1960s, we were taken on a field trip to the cemetery in Mobile where the yellow fever victims are buried. It was located outside of the old downtown library. It was such a fascinating visit that it created a lifelong passion for cemeteries that I have passed onto my kids. Here is a quote from a song that my son, Jesse shared with me. It's by Dave Matthews: "Grave digger, when you dig my grave, can you make it shallow, so that I can feel the rain?"
Tammy Alberthal Hi Heather .... thanks for leaving the cruise ship on my wife's memorial. I miss hear lots but do continue to go to cruises with friends.
I looked at some of the sites I use to find obituaries but I didn't have any luck either. It mostly searches major newspapers (www.legacy.com). I also googled his name and didn't have any luck. You might try the funeral home that was used. Sometimes they keep them archived.
Good for you. I hope you do return to college, and I hope one of your subjects will have something to do with "writing" as you are very good. I think you would be an asset to any news paper or other media and they would be very lucky to have you. Good luck.
Message to you After reading the tribute you wrote for David, I went back and read all three of the ones you wrote, if you are not a writer you should be. You made each one of the three come to life for me, I know you miss them, my they RIP.