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John Christeson (#46562435)
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Bio Photo I was born in 1930 and raised in Barron, Wisconsin. I served in the Army Signal Corps from 1948 - 1952 and was discharged as a Staff Sgt. Worked for the Post Office in Barron for three years. Graduated from Wisconsin State College at Eau Claire, WI. in 1960 and then went to work for the US Food & Drug Adm. Retired in 1988. Currently living in Sun City, Georgetown, TX with my wife Janet.

Since I have no relatives buried in Texas, I will transfer any memorials that are your relatives or friends to you. Just click on EDIT in the upper righthand corner of the memorial, select the first line in the menue and request the transfer. Be sure to include your findagrave.com ID number.

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LeRoy & Marie
Kirby and Billie Heald
Thank you so much for the transfers of Billie and Kirby Heald's memorials to us.
Added by LeRoy & Marie on Apr 17, 2014 5:39 AM
Lynda Gibbs
Harmon C Fowler 10419542
Finally got him and his grandfather straight.

Please remove the 2 markers on # 11224413

Hiram Chatman Fowler

and transfer one to

Harmon C 's page. # 10419542

Bless you!
Lynda
Added by Lynda Gibbs on Apr 17, 2014 4:29 AM
Terry Rasberry
Edward Turner Sullivan
Thanks very much for the memorial transfer.
Added by Terry Rasberry on Apr 13, 2014 1:44 PM
Richard Bohn
Lester HLintz
Hello John: I passed this information on, the memorial had been transferred all ready. Thanking you in return, Richard.
Added by Richard Bohn on Apr 13, 2014 12:18 PM
Carl O Martin
mary kreuz
Mary Lynn Moore Kreuz, prominent educator, church and civic leader, died April 9, 2014.
She had resided in Athens for 52 years and was married to the late Dr. Sam S. Kreuz, Associate Professor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia. She served as an administrator and teacher in the Clarke County School District for 33 years and was a Charter Member, Sunday School teacher and Choir member at Milledge Avenue Baptist Church.
Mrs. Kreuz was Vocational Supervisor at Clarke Central High School for 11 years after teaching and serving as Department Head of Homemaking Education at the school for 14 years. She also served two years as Coordinator of Consumer and Homemaking Education at the Athens Vocational-Technical School. She had previously taught school in Arkansas, in Madison County and at Winterville before joining the Clarke Central faculty. She was named Athens/Clarke County Woman of the Year in Education in 1970, and retired from Clarke Central in 1983.
She was born in Holland, Texas where she attended public schools and was a graduate of Mary Hardin-Baylor University. Her first five professional years were spent in research at Texas A&M University. She completed her Masters in Home Economic Education at the University of Georgia where she also did additional post-graduate study in Vocational Administration and Supervision. She served as Supervising Teacher for the University of Georgia for 34 homemaking teachers from 1956-70. She also supervised trade and industrial teachers for the University.
Widely recognized in her field, she published several important works including a volume for prospective teachers of Home Economics and a handbook for Home Economics Teachers endorsed and published by the National Association of Vocational Home Ec Teachers. Her many publications and articles led to her participation as a presenter in numerous conferences and workshops across Georgia and throughout the nation. She was a popular speaker at state and national conventions and other professional meetings.
She was elected Chairman of the National Association of Vocational Home Economics Teachers, and served as president of the Georgia Association of Home Economics Teachers and also as president of the Georgia Vocational Association. In addition, she held membership in many other local, state, and national professional groups including the National Education Association, the Georgia Education Association, the Georgia Association of Educators, the Georgia and American Vocational Associations, the Georgia and National Associations of Home Economics Teachers, the state and national Associations of Local Administrators, the Georgia and Arkansas Associations of Future Homemakers of America, and the state and national Home Economics Associations.
She was a member of Kappa Delta Pi and Alpha Delta Kappa and served as president of both professional fraternities. She is a member of the Georgia and American Veterinary Medicine Association Auxiliaries, and served as faculty advisor for Alpha Psi fraternity and the student chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association at the University of Georgia.
Other honors received through the years included a state trophy presented for national leadership in Home Economics, and a Good Friend Award presented by the Clarke Central VICA Club. In addition to her church activities, she was always active in community affairs including the local Parent Teacher Associations and the Girl Scouts of America.
Survivors include nephews, Fred Disch, John Disch, and Bill Bowen; niece, Linda Christian; and great-niece, Bethany Lynn Bowen.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30PM on Friday, April 11, 2014 at Milledge Avenue Baptist Church with the Dr. Edward H. Bolen officiating. The family will receive friends at the church one hour prior to the service. Interment will take place on Monday at 11:00 AM at Bartlett City Cemetery, Bartlett, Texas.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Milledge Avenue Baptist Church.
Lord & Stephens Funeral Home, West is in charge of arrangements.
www.lordandstephens.com
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Published in Athens Banner-Herald on Apr. 11, 2014.
Added by Carl O Martin on Apr 11, 2014 4:40 AM
Record Keeper
RE: Jacob Aderhold
Thank you John. I sent a edit to have it changed. It says Aderhold on her death certificate. Their Son is buried in Texas and Jefferson Co. Texas and his name is Aderhold.
Karen
Added by Record Keeper on Apr 10, 2014 12:13 PM
Dan Hill
Transfer
Hi John, Thank you for the transfer of Lizzie Walker. Best Regards, Dan Hill
Added by Dan Hill on Apr 10, 2014 6:43 AM
Debby
Mersiovsky
Thank you once again for the transfers. I really appreciate all the work you do. And all the family that you have transfered into my care.God Bless---Debby#47865850
Added by Debby on Apr 06, 2014 12:48 PM
Martin W Johnson
RE: Albert Zarnkey
the zarnke clan in glencoe, mcleod co., minnesota
changes the spelling of the surname in various records. the 1917 mcleod co. minn. history book has the two older zarnke brothers biographies. one charles w.zankey p559 and frank zronke page 768. oldest zarnke in glencoe city cemetery is august zarnke their father. his grave stone says zarnk. no e. i have links on findagrave for the older ones. martin johnson belvidere, illinois. martinjohnson48@msn.com my dad melvin h. johnson was transfered here to belvidere illinois from minnesota.
Added by Martin W Johnson on Apr 06, 2014 9:48 AM
Steve Burton
RE: Johana Swenson
Thanks for all your help.
Best Wishes
Steve
Added by Steve Burton on Apr 01, 2014 10:47 PM
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