|Patrick Flahive (#48411014)|
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|Hello, my name is Patrick Flahive. I was born and raised in Joliet, Illinois, which is located 40 miles southwest of Chicago. I now reside in Cincinnati, Ohio.|
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|Family Matters||Perry Damone|
Made the change of cemeteries. Only the two names in that cemetery now. Whoever set up those cemeteries probably didn't do much research. Perry's father was in the army stationed in Stuttgart, Germany at the same time I was there. He lived in the Graf Zeplin Hotel and I lived in a barracks. Such is life.
I live about two hours north of Cincinnati. Graduated from Fairmount High School where my cousin, James Dean, graduated a year ahead of me. He was romantically linked to Perry's mother by some of the media if my memory is correct.
|Legsie11||RE: Your Memorials|
First l'd like to thank you for visiting my loved ones, and for the kind words you left on their memorials. Especially my little Chucklebunny's (Brendon) and my lovely Albert's. It's touched my heart, knowing that they have touched yours.
Albert was the most wonderful man you could ever meet. He was such a happy soul, he always had a smile on his face. And even though he was old enough to be my father, it made no difference to us at all. l love and miss him with all my heart.
As for my Chucklbunny, as l called him, well he would melt anybody's heart. Women use to stop me in the street and 'coo' over him, he was such a darling.
Thank you also Patrick, for complimenting me on my bio's, that means alot to me. It took me along time to write Brendon's...it was like reliving that awful day when he left me.
As for my parents, l'm ashamed to admit this, but l don't visit them very often. There was no love between any of us. My father was not good and my mother detested me. It does ease my guilt to see so many wonderful people, like yourself visit them.
With a name like 'Flahive', l knew straight away that you were of Irish decent. Have you been to Ireland? It's a beautiful country and the people are so warm and friendly, l've been several times and l love it. l'm very proud of my Irish blood.
And another 'thank you' for adding me as your very first friend on Find A Grave, l am truely honoured Patrick.
God bless you
Your friend Sharon
Added by Legsie11 on Aug 11, 2015 2:25 AM
Thank you for sponsoring her memorial!
Added by Jewelღ on Jul 06, 2015 8:54 PM
|Mary Arvidson||RE: St Adalbert Cemetery-Joseph Sefcik gravesite|
Hi Patrick-No other Sefciks in the vicinity but since it's not a common name I checked for other Sefciks in St Adalberts. There are 11 total as follows:
-Anna interred 6/2/1909, no age stated, Sec 3, Block F, Lot 8
-Anton interred 4/7/1904, no age stated, Sec St Josaphat, Block C, Lot 4
-Barbara interred 5/13/1899, no age stated, Sec St John, Block A, Lot 8 (so with Joseph)
-Edward interred 11/20/1942, 65 years old, Section St Procopius, Block F, Lot 20
-John F interred 1/17/1927, 18 years 8 months 7 days old, Sec 4, Block C, Lot 7
-John F interred 7/13/1948, 66 years old, Sec St Josaphat, Block C, Lot 4
-Joseph interred 6/19/1942, 62 years old, Sec St Josaphat, Block C, Lot 4
-Joseph interred 1/21/1944, 80 years old, Sec St John, Block A, Lot 8 (who you know about)
-Marie interred 11/10/1925, 61 years old, Sec St Procopius, Block C, Lot 4
-Mary interred 5/9/1935, 54 years old, Sec 3, Block J, Lot 38
-Mary interred 4/14/1966, 85 years old, Sec 4, Block C, Lot 7
I hope that helps....Mary
|Mary Arvidson||St Adalbert Cemetery-Joseph Sefcik gravesite|
Hi Patrick-I looked for Joseph Sefcik's grave at St Adalberts. I posted a picture of where the grave is but there is no headstone. The grave is just to the right of the tree in the picture. There is a ground marker right next to the gravesite so I was able to identify exactly where the grave is...Mary