|Penny Lee (#46805564)|
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|Kimi Trout||Betty J. Vogt|
Wondering why you had taken a picture of my mothers grave stone?? Did someone add her to Find A Grave?
Thank you. :)
|Charles Hall||Tillberg family.|
Are you related to Tillbergs?
|MaLisa Fender Rembowski||Rembowski Family|
I have seen that you took over a few of the Rembowski family's memorials. Are you related?
|Mary Childers||Gile T. Sorenson|
Thank you for your Obit. for Gile. Happy Mothers Day.
|Candy||95228044 Viola M. Mace|
Viola has been added to Charles Mace. Do you have any idea when the headstone was placed for Viola? About 2005 I was at the cemetery and what I found was only a marker that the cemetery must have placed. I took photos of the headstones of Charles and Thelma, the other Maces and then the marker for Viola. Just wondering if you had any idea. Candy
Added by Candy on May 11, 2013 8:28 AM
|Carmen Just||Family Transfer?|
I would be very pleased if you could transfer #48316885 and #48316942 to me. They are my great grandparents. Thanks, Carmen
|Betty Paulsen||RE: Don J Baldwin|
BALDWIN, Don J.
SANDPOINT, Idaho - Former Plains area resident Don J. Baldwin, 59, of Sandpoint, Idaho, died Tuesday, Sept. 16, 1997, at Sandpoint.
Funeral services were conducted Saturday, Sept. 20, at Coffelt's Moon Chapel in Sandpoint with Pastor Toni Cooper officiating. Interment followed in Pinecrest Memorial Park. Visitation was Friday, Sept. 19, at the funeral home.
Don was born Oct. 26, 1937, at Prosser, Wash., and moved to Sandpoint in 1953. He was graduated from Sandpoint High School in 1955.
Don and Donna Diehl were married June 23, 1956 at the Methodist Church in Sandpoint.
Don was graduated from the University of Idaho in 1961, and taught school in Lyle, Wash. He served as the librarian at Sandpoint High School and taught at Clark Fork High School.
He logged for the Diehl Ranch Company at Plains and at Bonners Ferry, Idaho, working for Don Diehl. He worked for P&E Woodworking until the company was sold. He established his own cut shop, Industrial Repair Service, in 1992, purchasing and processing mill ends from the L.P. Mill.
He was active in skiing, enjoyed camping, fishing, hunting and raising flowers in his garden. He was a member of the Elks Lodge No. 1376 at Sandpoint.
Survivors include his wife, Donna Baldwin, and two sons, Jim Baldwin and Frank Baldwin, all of Sandpoint, Idaho; a sister Judy Garvey, Spokane, Wash.; nine grandchildren and one great-grandson.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.
|Betty Paulsen||Don J Baldwin|
I have obituary if you would like it.
|Mette ||RE: Frank Carney|
Sorry...I misunderstood you and was thinking on a wrong person.
I am related to Frank Carney.
His mother was daughter to my 3rd Great-Granduncle and she emigrated to America.
Added by Mette on Apr 23, 2013 2:00 AM
|Mette ||RE: Frank Carney|
I am related to her husband Gerhard Tom Ellingsen...and I live in Norway
Added by Mette on Apr 22, 2013 9:56 AM
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