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|Lynn Stoops Chapel||RE: SAC|
I just resent some from July I wonder if you are
|Lynn Stoops Chapel||SAC|
I was wondering if you are still working Find A Grave I have sent you several updates for memorials that you have. They are my family and I am trying to update info on their memorials. Please let me know.
|Pam and Steven Bennet||Dick Dyson|
Thanks for your help.
|Pam and Steven Bennet||Dick brother|
Donald Earl "Pappy" Dyson, 79, President and CEO of Pappy's Market, has closed the market and accepted a spiritual position with our Creator, Lord, and Savior. He died Saturday, June 1, 2013 at 1:57 p.m. at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne. He was born February 13, 1934 in Wabash County, to Earl and Geneva (Stansberry) Dyson.
Pappy was a 1953 graduate of Roann High School. He first married Edna M. Beam in Roann on February 13, 1954; she died July 26, 1994. He then married Laura Gayle (Barber) Chambers on December 5, 1994. Pappy positively affected the lives of many in his fifteen years in business. Just last week there was a Bible left on the counter of the market, that he had given out, with the names of the lives that had changed as a result of his faithful witness. He was also a farmer and a millwright. Pappy was a member of the New Life Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Laura Gayle Dyson of Roann; 7 children, Diane (Guy) Holmes of Wabash, :Douglas-Alan (Jean Ann) [Dyson] of Columbia City, John Paul (Loralyn) Dyson of Roann, :Jeffrey-Donald (Meg) [Dyson] and Janet Patula, both of Wabash, Roger Dyson of Marion, and Christopher Scott (Beverly) Dyson of North Manchester; step-daughter, Cyndi Sams of Wabash; 2 brothers, Keith (Marilyn) Dyson, and John (Joann) Dyson, both of Wabash; sister, Nancy (Rex) Vigar of Roann; 20 grandchildren, 2 step grandchildren, and 17 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his brother Dick Dyson, sister Carolyn Landis, and daughter in law Carol Lynn Dyson.
|Jane from MI||Daniel and Barbara Shilling|
Thank you for transferring the memorials for Daniel and Barbara Shilling to me. Jane from MI
|Susie Holderfield||Esli Bonewitz photo|
Thanks for posting a photo for Esli Bonewitz, Find A Grave Memorial# 22205806. I have been researching the 120th Ohio Volunteer Infantry for the last 10 yrs in order to identify the men. I would like permission to use your photo on my site and on any CD or print copy that I will give to the Wayne County library in Wooster OH. I always give credit for the photos.
Thanks for any help.
|Deborah Allman||Hall's of Wabash, Indiana|
I was blown away when I saw pictures you have added of my Grandmother Carrie Mae Cook Marvin Hall. I would love to know if you have any more of her or other members of my family. Especially my grandfather Arthur Verdon Hall. Thank you for what I have already seen.
|Lynn Stoops Chapel||relationship|
I am curious if you are related to the Dixon and Marshall in Laketon Cemetery.
If you are or not would you let me know. They are part of my family and I would like to know the connections Just a curious Find A Grave member
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|Karen Carmack Stadler||Richard Drook Memorial 15560466|
Would you transfer Richard Drook - Find A Grave Memorial# 15560466 - to me? He was my daughter-in-law's father. Thank you.
Karen Carmack Stadler (#47224070)
Thanks, again, for the memorial transfers, you rock!
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