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Please take a moment to visit my Military virtual cemetery to honor the men and women that have served our country. I served in the United States Army for five years and I believe in honoring others that have served by assuring they have a place here on Find A Grave for others to visit and leave condolences. I also have a virtual cemetery for the littlest ones that have received their angel wings. |
Please email me or leave me a message if there is anything I can do to help assist you.
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|Barbara Wolf||RE: Richard Schorey|
You are welcome. Barb
|Mellie Minton||Jessica Leigh Alexander|
Will you change Burial unknown for Jessica Leigh Alexander of Austin, Texas. 23 yrs. of age buried in Our Lady Of The Rosary Cemetery in Georgetown, Texas. Please change that so people where to visit her grave. Thank You. Gabriel Funeral Chapel
|Cindy Coffell||RE: Jerry Hill|
You're welcome (for all the thank you messages). All of Section One is open now but there is still work in progress to prepare new sections of the cemetery for future burials.
|Hal Stewart||RE: Betty Barnett|
You are very welcome glad to be of service.
|Joseph Voss||RE: Cynthia Marcum|
Glad I could help.
|Melicans||Ref: David Chase|
No thanks necessary. Your welcome.
Added by Melicans on Feb 27, 2015 7:04 AM
|Karen Norrod||RE: Joseph Holan|
You are welcome (for all 8 of the them!) I was happy to do all of them for you. Take care! Karen
|Mary J Griswold||RE: Helen Eizak|
You're very welcome.
|Carolyn Hebbe McLeod||RE: William Hock|
You are very welcome.
|SBrook||RE: James Tucker|
My pleasure. So many have helped me, nice to return the favor.
Added by SBrook on Feb 27, 2015 3:47 AM
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