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Chad Eugene Schneider (#47480845)
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Bio Photo Hello, my name is Chad. I am 43 years old and live in Tacoma, Washington. My family consists of my husband Jeffrey and our 3 beautiful boys; Jordan, 9, Elliot, 7, and Gary, 3. We share our home with our 3 cats (Abby, Makani, & Snuffy), a Golden Retriever named Sunny, a Miniature Pinscher named Senka, 2 fish named Lucky and Sam, a turtle named Bobo, and a bunny named Panda.

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klassikat
RE: Mr. Dum
Yea...bless Chris for looking in the old books and having a good eye to decipher the old hand writing. And yes...thank goodness it's not on a hill.

Added by klassikat on Apr 18, 2014 11:54 PM
klassikat
Cutting back....HA HA!!!
Added by klassikat on Apr 14, 2014 7:27 PM
Debbie O
royce at mt view
Hello stranger!!
So what part if the cemetery are they in? You gave plot info but not section. Hope all is well.
Added by Debbie O on Apr 14, 2014 10:14 AM
JD
you were missing
glad to see you back out there. Were you on vacation? Saw you a few weeks back as you dna the boys were going into the mall, the youngest were sliding down the hill...wife and I got a chuckle
Added by JD on Apr 11, 2014 9:43 AM
gensearch
Huggins Photos
Thank you so much for putting the photos of May, Thomas and Gretchen's memorials online. They are greatly appreciated!!!
Added by gensearch on Apr 08, 2014 9:06 AM
klassikat
RE: WHAAAA???
Okies...didn't know that. I'll call and get it. Hope you all are having a blast. Nite Nite!!
Added by klassikat on Mar 26, 2014 3:04 PM
klassikat
RE: WHAAAA???
Okies...I'll try to get ahold of Chris. I called there yesterday and he wasn't there. Can't ever catch him.
Added by klassikat on Mar 26, 2014 1:47 PM
klassikat
RE: WHAAAA???
Ok...I claimed your request. We'll work on that when we get back. I got the location for Horace...not good. And I've asked for Emma Louise Russ...they didn't show her there as Emma Russ but I forgot to ask about Louise Russ...so I've emailed Linda. Do you want me to get a location for Otto or do you already know where he is?
Added by klassikat on Mar 26, 2014 1:26 PM
Keil
RE: William Frederick Keil
Well, as I said.... you've opened up a fire hose here...

Not sure if it's in the same location, but the barbershop on 56th & M street…"ours" was across from the theater on the west side of M street, a tiny shop tucked right by the corner of the building, where I used to take my little brother for his haircuts 60+ years ago. M street area at that time was a thriving concern. Around the corner from the barbershop in that same building on the 56 street side was a wonderful bakery and a smaller tavern was somewhere in that building too, maybe next to the barbershop then. A little old lady had an apartment upstairs and ran what had to be the worst hair salon on earth in it. (Got my hair permanent fried there when I was about 10 – never had another permanent in my entire life). There was a hardware store across the street in the building on the southwest corner of the intersection and a wonderful old-fashioned dime store next to that across from the bakery. There were apartments upstairs in that building too. I was visiting a school friend of mine in the corner one when I heard on the radio the very first rock and roll music I ever heard – "Shake Rattle and Roll"!!

The market across from my house - by the way, that house is much bigger than it looks... 3 stories, 5 to 8 bedrooms depending on how you count them, and two full baths - one main floor & one 2nd floor. Very unusual for that era. Anyway... that market was "always" there. We rode our bikes and roller skated in the parking lot and snuck back into the cold storage locker room in the hot summer when we could get away with it. When we were very young my brother & I stood at the dining room window and watched it being robbed at gunpoint through their big front window behind where the counter was then. Another time, in the middle of the night, we watched from our parent's upstairs bedroom window while it burned till it was almost gutted – obviously it was rebuilt. They had meat hooks outside, on the north side of the building, where hunters – my father included before he went back to school and became a butcher himself - would dress out their hunting kills and then store the meat in the cold storage lockers. Not at all unusual to see deer or elk hanging there… a neighborhood kid magnet and we'd all go look. I'm almost certain that store has been in operation continuously for at least 65, perhaps more years! Very unusual to keep a small store like that going for so long and through so many changes in commerce and the economy.

I'm glad to hear that you and your family are uninjured from your accident and I wish you a wonderful vacation trip!

Best regards!
Kathie
Added by Keil on Mar 26, 2014 11:01 AM
klassikat
WHAAAA???
You just can't stay away can you?
Added by klassikat on Mar 26, 2014 12:35 AM
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