|JD STEPHENS, U.S. NAVY VETERAN (#47940953)|
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FYI: an honorably discharged Veteran may be entitled to a bronze/granite marker and/or other burial benefits. To learn more go to https://www.ebenefits.va.gov and search Burial Benefits.|
I'm looking for information on Albert/Alberto Rivera… Albert Rivera was murdered in his late teens around 1982 in the City of Lebanon, Pennsylvania. I believe his body was found dead in the early morning hours on Tenth or Eleventh St, South of Cumberland Street. I don't believe the murder was ever solved; or any real effort to solve it. I welcome any information contributors can offer. If you have information or know of any information concerning death/grave of Alberto Rivera, I would greatly appreciate any suggestions, help or information of any kind. At this point anything would be a great help.
While some people may find walking through a cemetery looking at markers of people they don't even know a bit strange, I find it quite interesting.
I find the history, tranquility, unique markers, features and structures not just interesting, but relaxing. Retrieving information and taking pictures for others along the way makes it rewarding as well.
TRANSFERS... If you have some connection to a memorial I created don't hesitate to ask for a transfer. Of course if there is a connection you will have already graciously placed a virtual flower at no cost on their memorial. Unless they are related to me, or I see you haven't taken the time or interest to place a flower, I will probably make the transfer. Not a number chaser here, not keeping score so make the request.
Be sure to use the "Edit, Suggest A Correction" feature if you find a memorial I manage with an error. Most of the memorials I've added are found by walking cemeteries, so transfers are no problem. Be sure to use the Suggest A Correction feature so that I can be sure to work with the correct memorial entry.
Chances are that I won't write back to your request unless I have some question about the information you've sent me. Otherwise, I'll update the memorials as quickly as I can.
Corrections to memorials will be honored when politely sent through the "Edit" tab on each memorial.
REMEMBER... "It's only a mistake if you fail to correct it."
NOTE: - GUIDELINES... definition of...
A guideline is a statement by which to determine a course of action. By definition, following a guideline is never mandatory. Guidelines are NOT binding.
Last but certainly not least… Please feel free to visit the memorials for my dear parents and brother whether you knew them or not... I encourage you to help me keep them alive in memory by placing a virtual flower on their memorial.
My Father; Richard G. Stephens,
My Mother; Mary Ann (Dorbert) Stephens and My brother; Tony Stephens
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|Donna Fike Beck||Memorial# 172995277|
He's buried in Midway Cemetery, Lebanon. Have a wonderful day.
|Pat R||F John Rzecka #173029364|
Hello--Just to let you know that this person already has a memorial at Holy Cross Cem. as Felix John Rzeczka #34939483. I'm sorry to send it this way instead of edits but the recapcha doesn't seem to be working correctly on my computer right now.
Happy Thanksgiving, Pat
Added by Pat R on Nov 23, 2016 3:23 PM
Thank you so much Mr. Stephens for your tender words for my Mothers Memorial. Jeanne Stauffer-Reese
Added by Rachel on Nov 17, 2016 5:45 PM
|mcdonaldt13||RE: Maryann R Kehler|
Yes, this happens to be a relative of mine. She is my paternal grandmother. She married Lawrence later in her life, as he is not my paternal grandfather (or, my father's father).
My paternal grandfather is James P. Grady, Jr., who died in Mount Joy, Lancaster County but is from Schuylkill County. His father, James P. Grady, Sr. is buried in Saint Joseph's in Girardville. James and Maryann were never married, but had my father and his brother, Michael.
|Ashley Harp||Carey Kline|
I would like you to transfer her page to me Im her sister.
|J. Fenn- Lawson||RE: photo request for Michael Nachin|
You're welcome and thank you for your service.
|Harry Senft||RE: photo request for Donald Anderson|
You're welcome, glad to help
|Sharon Wilhelm||RE: photo request for Marie Raught|
The Schuylkill Memorial Park is a very well maintained cemetery with lots of organization and tombstones, if there are, very easy to find and photograph. I am so glad I can others find their loved ones!
|Bob S||Richard and Casper Kohler|
I could not make changes to cemetery vie "edit" tab.
I am taking pictures in Blue Ridge Memorial Cemetery and have identified the burial location for two memorials that you set up but did not know where they were buried. These are the memorials that you set up:
Richard Kohler 150787943
Casper Kohler # 115202881
They are buried with Casper's wife, Dorothy F Farmer Kohler, # 106704835. I have uploaded picture to her memorial. I can upload the picture to Richard and Casper after you have fixed the cemetery. Just let me know.
Added by Bob S on Oct 13, 2016 10:50 AM
|cleemiller||RE: photo request for Mildred Yatron|
Always a pleasure, JD!
Have a wonderful day.
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