|John Bohn (#46633791)|
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I was born March 25th 1967 and I was raised and I lived in Pottsville, PA all my life. My hobbies include, photography, Physical Fitness, walking and watching sunsets!|
I have a pet male tiger cat named JR who I've had for about 6 years. He is a very dear friend of mine who means alot to me. It's amazing what good friends animals make! They always listen to what you have to say, they never let you down and all they want in return is to be loved. I have so' much love and respect for animals and there GOD givin lives. It saddens me so' much to see the way us humans abuse and mistreat them...............
I've been a diabetic since I was 17 years old. I walk about eight miles a day. I walk through the Charles Baber cemetary just about every day. It's the largest and one of the oldest cemeteries in Pottsville it was established in 1847. The Chaple of the Resurection was constructed in 1876. The Trinity Episcopal church in pottsville is the trustee of the cemetery. The cemetery is the largest green area in the city of Pottsville and also serves as a park. I enjoy sitting underneath the beautiful big oak and sycamore, maple and pine trees and watching all the squirrels and the birds and the woodchucks and rabbits running around enjoying there GOD givin lives. I always think about how precious and fragile life is and wonderful it is to be alive weather it be amimal or human! Not a day goes by that I don't thank GOD for my life and everything that he has givin' me, I want to hang on to it as long as I can and make the most of it. I want to be a channel of his love and do as much good and help as many people as I can while I'm alive. Love is what we all need more than anything else here on Earth. Life is kinda like a mine field, It's so' easy to make a mistake and wind up tramping on one of those "land mines" I take each and every step along the road of life very carefully with jesus guiding me all the way.
My philosophy on life is, live each and every day to it's fullest and don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today, life is too short don't waste any time procrastinating, make every day count! "There is more to see than ever can be seen, more to do than can ever be done." Last but not least NEVER take people for granite, thinking that they'll always be there for you. NEVER hesitate to tell someone something that you feel is important, you may NEVER get another chance to do so'... Life is so' uncertain always remember to communicate, appreciate and validate the people in your life that you love, I can't over emphasize how important it is to do this.
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|Lois||LOSCH FAMILY in Charles Baber in Pottsville PA|
Sorry to be a pest...I lost you again. Thought I saw an edit option when I posted the last post. I checked the FIND A GRAVE and they spelled her name as Meathabel Losch. Can you confirm which spelling is correct? (How will I hear from you?)
Added by Lois on Aug 15, 2015 11:00 PM
|Lois||LOSCH family in CHARLES BABER cemetery|
While walking through the cemetery have you come across at lot for the LOSCH FAMILY?
In FIND A GRAVE and Census Reports her first name is spelled differently. Since FIND A GRAVE has no bio, I am wondering if Mathabel and Thomas Losch were buried together?
Mathabel Vera LOSCH (nee UNKNOWN)
Birth Mar 1850 in DELAWARE, USA
Death abt 1927
married Thomas Losch and was widowed pre-1910
Eva M Losch (1874-
Samuel A Losch (1875-
William W Losch (1879-
GEORGE FORD LOSCH (1890-
Tried to go back to FIND A GRAVE but then I lose you. I am a descendent of the JOHN BOUND family. (Never been to their gravesites. How handicapped accessible is it?
Added by Lois on Aug 15, 2015 10:48 PM
Your message on life was so uplifting, I hope others have read it too.
Would you happen to know if children were buried in a separate area. I can't find where John L. Crofton who died at age 6 yrs is buried. Could you offer any help in finding this great uncle of mine.
Blessings to you
Beautiful photo of the big tree at Baber Cemetery. The color is gorgous. Best ever, Sarah.