|Gramma Kathy (#46916092)|
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Gramma and Papa to Molly, Liam, Emma and Sadie.|
Have lived in Shopiere, Wisconsin for 43 years, grew up in Pennsylvania. Volunteer for over 7 years.
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|Mark Fonda||Fondas at Shopiere Cemetery|
Kathy - Thanks for tranfering the Fonda memorials at Shopiere Cemetery. I made a few corrections and I'll maintain them well. Cheers, Mark
|Carole Evans||RE: Dorothy Bruck memorial|
It's Calvary Cemetery in Beloit, WI. She was Mary Dorothy (Finley) Hipp, then Bruck. Her memorial # is 115874849.
Thank you, Kathy.
|Carole Evans||Dorothy Bruck memorial|
Thank you for putting this memorial on-line. Dorothy Bruck was my aunt. I have complete information, along with a bio and picture I can post for her. Would you be willing to transfer the management of her memorial to me? If so, I'd be grateful. If not, I still would like to put more info on my favorite aunt's memorial. Thanks.
|Kimberly Coen (Markee)||Memorial# 43610983 Donald Ostenson|
Gramma Kathy, I just added Donald Ostenson's wife Linda Sue Ostenson, Memorial# 146397067 and am wondering if you could add the headstone photo to her page. Thank you, Kim Coen
|Melvin L. Halterman||MEMORIAL TRANSFER|
Thanx for the transfer of the William Eugene Wilhide memorial.
|Don Calhoun||Albert Lea|
In 1981, I was on a military TDY from Fort Sill OK to Fort McCoy WI. I stopped at a rest stop at Albert Lea, thought that was the best rest stop I have ever seen.
|John Thompson||Mem# 81958155 Beatrice Steel Lanphear|
If you look closely at the photo of the gravestone it shows her maiden name as Steeb, rather than Steel. Steeb is the correct name based on my family research.
Thanks for all you do for FindaGrave.com,
I sent a second email
|Mike Hahn||RE: Howard Calimer|
You are most welcome. Would you like me to transfer this line of Calimer's to you?
|Ruth Ellen Bartels||RE: John Randolph Jewett, Phillips Cemetery|
That would be nice, but it was Jeri Noller who created the memorial. I'll ask her if she knows what is on the plaque, since I believe that she is the cemetery records-keeper or somthing like that. Thanks for responding.
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