|Mary Ann Loss (#47521274)|
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I served in the Army and Army Reserve for over 25 years with more than 15 years in the public affairs arena. |
My experience runs the gamut from working at the U.S. Army Field Station at Camp Humphreys, Korea to running the day-to-day operations of the Press Camp Headquarters at Fort Shafter, Hawaii.
Various positions have included work as a newspaper editor, educational publications, community and media relations, as well as marketing.
For the past three years I have been dedicating time to findagrave.com primarily adding records for my extended family, friends and local cemeteries.
Additionally, in late 2012 I completed my application and was accepted into the Daughters of 1812, my first lineage society.
|Find A Grave Friends|
Alma Smith, Carol Hannan, Curt Deal, Donald Spitler, Elizabeth Spitl..., Joan Thomas Hol..., John Myhre, Kathy R., L Bonin, Lynne Rogers, OBXr, Wayne Carpenter, Wayne Peterson
|Messages left for Mary Ann Loss (166)||[Leave Message]|
|KAB||RE: Fort Leavenworth|
I have did all of R,S,T and Q. Ready to start on O. Hope to do all the graves in the next year. Thanks for all the edits you do to make memorials more complete! Thanks!!Ken
Added by KAB on Jul 01, 2014 5:54 PM
Have you considered joining the Daughters of the American Revolution? I'm the Regent (President) for the Wyandot KS Chapter (named for the Wyandot Indians...not Wyandotte County)
We do a great deal of work with veterans and veteran organizations. If you can trace to the War of 1812, you can probably trace to the Revolutionary War!
We have a great bunch of ladies...many to assist with genealogy research, if needed.
We meet the First Saturday of each month from September through May at the Lone Star Steakhouse at the Legends in Kansas City, Kansas. You are welcome to join us anytime! Our meetings begin at 10am.
|Mike Bigley||Ardrey photo|
Thanks a million for the photograph! Much appreciated.
Thank you so much! My mother-in-law is their daughter.
|E Werner||Thank You|
thank for adding the photos of the headstones of General George Bittmann Barth (#332154)and his wife Mary (#332215) to their memorials on Find A Grave. It is good to see that members of our Armed Forces and their spouses are honored for service and sacrifice for our countyr's freedoms.
Added by E Werner on Jun 23, 2014 6:34 PM
|Bill Cheatham||Woodson & Hazel Prather|
Thank you for updating and transferring their memorials. Best regards - Bill C.
|DeniseL||RE: Raleigh National Cemetery|
Mary Ann, the veterans and their families are very lucky to have you caring for them. You are very careful and thorough in your work. Not only are all of them listed with photos but you also added as much detail as you could find. This required a great deal of your time, expense and energy. I wish all cemeteries were as lucky. Thank you for a job well done!
Added by DeniseL on Jun 13, 2014 10:25 AM
Thank U for the Headstone photos of my Grandparents at Ft. Leavenworth. I appreciate your effort and help! JK SMATH
Added by JK SMATH on Jun 04, 2014 1:02 PM
|JudyM||RE: Leroy Aaron Wilson|
Thanks so much for the photo! I must have failed to click on "person" when I added his photo. You didn't by chance take a photo of his spouse, Elizabeth, did you? I would presume that she was next to him.
Added by JudyM on May 31, 2014 11:16 AM
|Ann Gilmore||Jerome and Mamie Cain|
Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery
Mary Ann ~ Thank you for the headstone photos. They are very much appreciated!
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