|Frank R. Adamski (#47373124)|
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Live in the U.S.A. in the western part of Massachusetts. Graduated from American International College in Springfield with a major in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. Love nature, classic movies, World War II fighter aircraft, 1950 & 1960's cars, and, respect principled people with "character" and conviction. As John Wayne said, "A man has to have a code, a creed to live by." |
"If there is anything that links the human to the divine, it is the courage to stand by a principle when everybody else rejects it." -- Abraham Lincoln
"Common courtesies should always be extended, but 'Respect' must be earned." - Frank R. Adamski
Please consider visiting two Tuskeegee Airmen's memorials; men who served our country with honor and distinction as fighter pilots in WW II, serving in the European theater.
Capt Wendell O. Pruitt.
and his wingman:
LTC Lee A. Archer.
Please also consider visiting the grave site of Richard J Clemens Jr.. who was the Massachusetts State Trooper that Norman Rockwell asked to pose in his painting, "The Runaway."
Email me at frankadamski-at-comcast.net using the @ symbol in place of the dashes and the word at. I do this to prevent automated spammers from getting my actual email address.
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Thank you, very kindly, for visiting my Son's memorial, for the cute token, and beautiful sympathy words you wrote. May God bless and protect your son, and may he spare you and your family from going through the pain my family and I have gone endured. Although his memorial is quite long, I didn't write nearly everything about David. Yet, It really moved me that you understood the potential in my son. He was, among other things, an inventor, a writer, and wanted to become a nurse. He felt that male nurses were very much needed in hospitals, yet there were not nearly enough of them. He was so busy receiving out training out of town for his promotions at work, he was also building a relationship with a new girl, and then came his illness. A lot was going on in his life, thus he wasn't able to make it to nursing school. All he wanted to do was to help people.
I don't know if I'll ever get over losing my wonderful son, but I hope one day I can learn to live with this. It's been tough on me, since I've lost all the elders in my family; my parents, godmother, uncles and aunts. Thus, I've had to deal with this loss and sorrow basically on my own. Again, Frank, thanks so much for your kind and caring words. I hope you don't mind, but I've added you to my friend's list. I'll be visiting the wonderful people you mention on your page. May God bless your family and have a great day!
Added by Osiris on Jun 11, 2013 10:39 AM
|Rhonda C. Poynter||Actor Robin Hughes|
Hi, Frank - Thank You so much for stopping at Robin's page for his birthday! And I love the token - I have always felt that Robin was so overlooked regarding his acting talent; I think that he was almost shuffed into a corner because of all the British actors around during his time in the industry...and it always bugs me, because he was a Welsh actor, just like Richard Burton, and not the all sweeping description, a Brit. You can tell that I have Welsh ties, and want to give credit where it's due, ey? ha! Anyhow, Thanks again, and I am just getting back online after time off re illness, will try to get to some of your pages as return gratitude. Best to you and yours - RCP and Gannon Blue
|Larry E. Barnes||Flower|
Thank you for the flower and comment you left for my dad. He was a social guy, so every visit means a lot.
|Mario Ragucci||RE: Italian decent|
Thanks for the come back. You sound like a great person to know. Everything you said made sense to me, right on. There are not many Italian-American's here in Seattle. Could be many reasons. I am just happy and fortunate to have my grandparents relatively clean genes...I am the youngest of my family on both sides, so I caught the tail end of some of those old fashioned genes. Take care, best to you! Mario Ragucci
|Mario Ragucci||Italian decent|
I like the way you indicate you are of "Italian Decent" when you left a token to my grandmothrs grave. I am 50% Italian, meaning, both my grandparents on my fathers side came from Italy. But some folks look to label or define you based on your look or name. People think I am from Italy. I'm proud American as were my parents, but folks still say I'm Italian. When i was in Europe, I mention to some people there I am Italian. They quickly point out I am not Italian, but American. Many Americans don't know what AMerican is. This will be a problem as time marches on.
|Mario Ragucci||Thank you for visiting my Mom|
Leola Ragucci. I miss her so much. Sometimes i think Find A Grave makes it hard because I see other people who miss loved ones too. I enjoy learning about all types of history and look to get involved with ancestory.com soon. Any experience with them? Thank you again
Thank you for leaving the nice message on my father's memorial. I really appreciate it. It sounds like we share some things in common; WWII aircraft, nature, things military and principled men of character.
p.s. My Dad wore a Boston Red Sox hat.
Added by Shelby on Mar 16, 2013 11:38 PM
For the flowers you leave Frank.
|Who Art In Heaven||ROBERTO COLAGIACOMO|
your generosity and lovely gifts to my husband's memorial are precious and valued. thankyou for your gift and for being a good friend. c.
|Richard S. Barzelogna||Thank You|
Thanks for visiting serveral of my memorials and leaving tokens in their remembrance. They were greatly appreciated.
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