|Mellissa Lake Co. Illinois (#46592876)|
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Navy Veteran, American Legion Member volunteer for several animal aide groups,former foster parent with the state of Illinois, humanist, independent voter and an advocate of personal choice. I help out the the homeless/soup kitchen, war protester, Social Justice member, I collect hollywood movie stuff, signatures and lobby cards. Married for over 33 years (yes to the same guy). A Unitarian with a no BS attitude. I was born in Toppenish Washington, lived in Yakima, White Swan, Ellensburg and graduated from Wapato High School. Lived in Pensacola Florida and now in Northern Illinois. Maiden name Fike.|
Maternal grandparents Porter, Tapscott, Paternal Fike and Sherwood.
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|Martin Douglas Packer||Wittgenstein|
You were more than welcome to leave the flowers!
Hi, I noticed you left a flower on a memorial I created earlier today, and I just added the photo to it. Thought you might be interested to see it.
Added by Lisa B on Sep 30, 2015 6:17 PM
Hi Mellissa. I sent you an email today about a memorial I now manage. I noticed that you have also left flowers/notes on an assortment of other Coke memorials. (They are from my Coke family and from two other Coke families unrelated to mine or each other.) I notice that a number of people are confused about this - what I have just realised seems to be a rather common practice, of strangers randomly plonking flowers onto other people's family members' graves; you and some other 'usual culprits' have added flowers to my Coke's famous-person uncle's uncle's grave as well. Some people evidently find this a little annoying and self-serving, as do I. Since it seems you are not related to my Coke, could I ask that you remove the flower, please? You will also save yourself a lot of repetitive questions in your messages here if you don't keep doing this. ;)
Dear Melissa, On July 6, 2015 you added a flower and inquiry regarding Fike on my ancestors memorial page. He has nothing to do with your ancestor. Can you please remove the flower. I tried to without success. Perhaps only the one adding the flower inquiry can remove it. His name is James McCullough, buried at Bayview/New York Bay Cemetery, Jersey City, NJ. Thank you. K. McCullough
|Vickie Potter-Boechler||Marian Potter Fike|
Can you tell me how you are related to my great aunt Marian Potter who married a Fike? I noticed your maiden name is Fike.
Vickie Potter Boechler
Can you tell me how you are related to Dorothy, she was my cousin?
Added by Judith on Jul 09, 2015 9:47 AM
|Jana Marie Lashmit||#20738730|
Greetings from Northern Michigan,
Edmund is my 2nd cousin. I am tracing my Polish roots. His funeral was in Illinois so I wanted to be sure he is in the correct cemetery. It doesn't list where he is buried in his obit.
|rdsxfan||William Tayler in Candie Cemetery in Guernsey|
You added flowers to his memorial as I was uploading his parents. I have pictures posted for his and their grave if you are interested in taking a look.
Added by rdsxfan on Jun 22, 2015 4:22 PM
|Mary||Thank You, Mellissa,|
for your condolences. My husband was a US Army Veteran. He was interred in the Columbarium at Fort Sam Houston Cemetery, complete with a US flag presented to me, playing of TAPS and a 3 gun salute. We were married over 35 years. I was so fortunate to have Manuel in my life...
Added by Mary on Jun 19, 2015 8:15 PM
|Jim Cartwright||F. Pearl Solloway|
I entered a memorial for her today, stopped for dinner, and came back to post a picture and noticed that you had added a note. I added several other Solloways today also have posted pictures to all of them
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