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Retired from Geary County USD #475 in 2008 after 26 years of service. Grew up in Junction City, KS. Take photos at area cemeteries and post them to Find A Grave. Glad to transfer memorials upon request.|
Beneath the boughs of ancient trees
A little flag defies the breeze
And every carvings's stark relief
Reminds us of a day of grief.
The flowers in the vase soon wilt
And over time, the markers tilt;
The letters on a stone may blur
But even after decades stir
The memories of those before,
Of how they'd smile and laugh and roar.
And standing on this gusty hill
I think that they are with us, still.
----Don Munday (KC Star)
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Thank you so much for the transfer of Sherman Mertz. I will add the information that I have for him.
|Sue Henry||Edna Borders|
Thank you so much for bringing to my attention my duplicate memorial. I have deleted it. Sue
Thanks for accepting my edit. Deanna Johnson, Mission TX
Added by DKJ on Nov 07, 2014 12:53 PM
|Joan Greenough||RE: Cailloz photos|
Thank you. John & Margueritte Cailloz, are the parents of Frank Cailloz, but for some reason the they have it spelled Calloz on their stones.
The Galloz one was a duplicate, so I let the person that set up the memorial pages know.
I'm hoping to have the parents listed as (Cailloz) Calloz on their memorial pages. Maybe that will clarify it somewhat.
Appreciate your noticing.
|Joan Greenough||Cailloz photos|
Thank you for the wonderful photos of my Cailloz ancestors. Old gravestones are so interesting and add so much to the memorial page.
If you ever need a photo from the Martin, SD cemetery, let me know.
With much appreciation,
|Meg Coughran Collins||Catherine & Andrew Coughran|
Thank you so much for the photo of Catherine's tombstone. As a fellow Find A Grave photographer, I am always appreciative of taking the time and effort to fulfill my request!
|LAFog||Esto Homewood picture|
Thank you so much for taking this picture. I didn't think that I'd ever get to see the grave. One thing - her name is Esto, not Esther. I'm interested in that since I believe my mother, Esto, was named for this little girl. And mom's sister was named Blanche. Their mom was a Homewood, so the family ties are there.
Added by LAFog on Oct 29, 2014 2:03 PM
|Mr. Harry ||Judy Marie Keith|
I want to thank you for listing my sister Judy Marie Keith buried at Fort Riley Army Post. I think that is so awesome! You touched my family very deeply. God bless!
|Becky Doan||Truman Doane|
Thanks so much for taking the time to take the photo, and your Find A Grave work! Becky
Added by Retta on Oct 27, 2014 8:15 PM
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