|Pat Pitcher (#46851188)|
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In 2006 I googled my mother's name and found her on Find a Grave--this was a joyful day for me. Of course, I had to find everyone else! It took awhile after joining (initially to place 'flowers' on their memorials) before really understanding enough to make memorials myself. This I began in 2011, starting with my darling husband. Was involved as a bereavement facilitator for my church (right after Ken's death) - am very aware of the needs of the grieving to tribute their loved ones. Find a Grave is a wonderful place to do just that. Am also quite experienced in the pain which insensitive/unthinking people can inflict. (Am presently not actively facilitating--although I still find myself helping with grief issues any where I happen to be.) |
My direct family lines are through Fonnesbeck, Duval, Gerbet, and Bissegger families.
My husband's direct family lines are Pitcher, Jorgensen, Plowman, and Barrett.
And many, many more before!
However, I am fascinated by all.
Have found several loved ones and friends through findagrave and am thoroughly hooked on helping to make all of our searches more satisfying, productive, educational and just plain fun!
"When we are dead, and people weep for us and grieve, let it be because we touched their lives with beauty and simplicity. Let it not be said that life was good to us, but rather, that we were good to Life. ~~~Jacob P. Rudin"
"And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count; it's the Life in your years." ~~~Abraham Lincoln
"Death puts Life into perspective." ~~~Ralph Waldo Emerson
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|Ryan Curtis||RE: Your edit request|
Thanks Pat! It's too bad about Chase Peterson. I never got to meet him, but my grandfather worked with him for many years at the U and always had great things to say.
|Renee Wright||RE: thank you|
You are so welcome ...
My daughter and I spent a wonderful morning at the cemetery ... such a beautiful and peaceful place to visit..
My husband and his family are all buried there and we enjoy the drive up from my home in Mesquite to visit the graves ....
|Sharen D. Ottley||Thank You Pat For Remembering Our Mother.|
How thoughtful of you for remembering our mother Audrey JoAnn Lemmon Wagstaff Peterson. Mom has a new great grand daughter name Abby Grace Ottley born 08/05/10. To Brian & Becky Ottley. Many ways her personality & looks are alot like you mom. We miss and love you so very much. Your always in our prayers.
|Michael V Drachman||Marwedel,Paul.A.|
Thanks for the new info,, it is up and running, I apprecate it.
|Valenciaღ Angel of Mine 💕||Thank you|
For visiting my daughter's memorial, means so much to our family. Blessings always
|Diana McDevitt Eyler||RE: Thank you|
Hi Pat, You are so very welcome. It was my pleasure to visit your husband on his Angel Day. Have a nice weekend Diana.
|Maggieღ||RE: Thank you|
You are so welcome. It was an honor to do so.
Added by Maggieღ on Jul 19, 2014 5:09 AM
|Beautiful Savior Is My Lord Jesus Christ||Hello Pat,|
Thank you for the lovely tokens you left on my loved ones memorials, it is truly appreciated.
You are so welcome Pat, I just happened on his site when looking at Lake Hills interments - my first young husband is buried there with many of his family & then I followed Ken's father's link and noticed the Smithfield connection. Many of my ancestors settled there.
I also have a lot of Barrett ancestors, so check my Barrett entries and see if any are in your lines - It is so nice to see these puzzle pieces come together!
|Esther Kinder||Donald Lewis Knder|
Thank you so much for the cute flower left on my beloved Donald's memorial. It meant so very much.
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