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Larry_L. (#47255152)
 member for 5 years, 1 month, 13 days
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Pay attention to the following:

a. The source used for my listings came from County Genweb sites.

b. I am a volunteer and do NOT know personally any family history.


d. Please tell others "please and thank" you as they are volunteers.

As for my bio you ask! Well, just let me say that I am one handsome fellow, mature beyond my years, humble, humorous, witty, pleasant, and a joy to be around. (My wife disagrees.)

My figures speak for themselves. I have been a busy volunteer these past four years. I have taken pictures for 330 requests. I have listed over 52,000 memorials. All of this has built my reputation as "the cemetery guy."

About half of the people I took pictures for failed to offer a "PLEASE and/or a THANK YOU." I like to think of them as the knuckle draggers. The other half showed praise and appreciation. I call them my friends, pals, and buddies.

I am a retired road bump supervisor for the county. Daily I checked for over 30 years that the road bumps were in good order, working properly, and clearly identified. I was an entry in the World Road Bump Contest that was held in Bulgaria in 2003. I came in second to a woman from Serbia. (Boy, did she have road bumps.)

The next time you drive over a road bump, think of me. If they are produced just right, you hit your head on the roof of the car. Anything less is a design problem caused by a drowsy engineer.

When I retired the county installed a road bump in my driveway in order to slow the wife down when she comes home from shopping. It works great and I have not had to repair the garage since installation. I placed an official sign half way down the street that says "Wife Road Bump Ahead."

You know, cemeteries kind of remind me of road bumps in a way. The Mrs. says FAG is Facebook for the Dead. I agree!

May your life be smooth and not too bumpy. God Bless!
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Rebecca Brubaker Freeman
RE: Thank You!
You're welcome! Thanks for creating all of those memorials!
Added by Rebecca Brubaker Freeman on Apr 23, 2015 1:57 PM
Tim Puckett
Engeline Rosvold Dahlen
Larry - thanks so much for transferring. It is nice to see the family totally connected now.

Added by Tim Puckett on Apr 19, 2015 7:02 PM
Richard H. Goms Jr.
Thomas J. Reichel
Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter. It looks well done.
Added by Richard H. Goms Jr. on Apr 18, 2015 6:59 AM
David Peter Newman
David Peter Newman is not buried in this cemitary. He is buried in Union cemitary on Hwy 55 and County Rd 3. He was my grandfather.
Added by Judy on Apr 17, 2015 8:59 PM
Hey brat...
I'm getting better a little @ a time.Follow up w/Doctor(s) have been filled w/good news.Still on oxygen for the time being but that's okay as I can breath so much better w/it then w/out it.

I have some fantastic friends on this site who keep in touch w/me pretty much on a daily basis & of course I have YOU & you keep me laughing so life is getting back to "normal" for me so to speak I guess if there is any such thing as a normal life 8-)


~ Beth ~
Added by Beth.Bailey on Apr 17, 2015 12:24 PM
Richard H. Goms Jr.
Thomas J. Reichel
Is this the son of Thomas Reichel? You will notice I have a link to Thomas Reichel from another son, Robert Medard Reichel. Thomas Reichel (son) was born in Dec 1888 in Delano. He died in a train accident as a Great Northern RR Fireman on 5 Nov 1910.

The Havre Plaindealer, Havre, Montana, December 3, 1910, p. 2, c. 1
Leo Reichel, of Minneapolis, was in Havre Tuesday on his way to Cut Bank to investigate what is supposed to be the death of his brother Thomas who was reported to have been killed in a rear end collision west of Cut Bank on Nov. 5th. According to the information Leo Reichel had received previous to his arrival in Havre, his brother, who was a Great Northern Fireman, was off duty and was riding west from Cut Bank in a caboose of a Great Northern freight when the slow going freight was overtaken by a passenger train and the caboose telescoped by the passenger locomotive. The crew of the freight train escaped injury but one solitary passenger was killed beyond recognition by the fire that resulted. Thomas Reichel has not been seen or heard from since the accident and every indication points to the fact that he was the passenger who met death in the accident.

If this is the son of Thomas Reichel (#96449259) please update his bio, update his birth and death information, and the link to his father.

Thank you.
Added by Richard H. Goms Jr. on Apr 16, 2015 9:06 PM
Helena Lundberg
RE: Carrie Lind in Union Cemetery
Thank you very much for finding Dorothy L Lind (Kleeberger)grave! Dorothy L Lind was the grandchild of Carrie Lind (b. 1861, d. 1932).
Added by Helena Lundberg on Apr 14, 2015 1:13 AM
Denise (Anderson) Cole
Dillman headstone
Thank you so much for the picture of Solon and Ethel's headstone! I thought they only had foot stones. I appreciate it, and all you do volunteering for Find A Grave.
Denise Cole
Added by Denise (Anderson) Cole on Apr 10, 2015 9:52 PM
Thanks for all you do...
Thanks so much for all the Find A Grave work you have done on these cemeteries. Those of us who have relatives buried in them really appreciate it.... Also, thanks for promptly attending to the many edits I have sent in. L
Added by Lindalee on Apr 10, 2015 11:01 AM
Jayme Ann
UTPADEL transfers
THANK YOU so much for the transfers. VERY kind of you...I truly appreciate it a lot. :)
Added by Jayme Ann on Apr 09, 2015 12:39 PM
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