|Ray Rauanheimo (#46491797)|
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Born in Brooklyn, NY, having grown up in Ocean County, NJ, I now reside in Bucks County, PA, just north of Philadelphia. I'm active with AARP's Chapters, Driver Safety Program and Volunteer Development.|
Retired from IBM in 1991 after 32 years as a Service Technician and Instructor. Retired from NJ Army National Guard in 1997 after 43 years as a traditional Guardsman (M-Day). I still serve with the NG Military Museum of NJ, Sea Girt, NJ, and the Military Funeral Honor Guard programs in NJ and PA.
Interested in taking better care of our Veteran Gravesites - everywhere. Let's work toward getting all our veterans located and documented on line. (Check out the FindAGrave site of Preston Wallace, Beverly National Cemetery, NJ - Memorial# 5650925)
County Keeper for Bucks County, PA.
Working on Monmouth and Ocean Counties, NJ, also.
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As many others do, I only post information shown on Memorial markers or in public obituaries. My personal notes are only added to my family members.
Thanks for your notes. I appreciate them and only delete them to keep open requests where I can see them. Thanks again.
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That's interesting...he was a well know, pretty well to do physician in that area and I am so surprised there isn't some BIG monument. interesting to know. Don't know if you think the photo of bare ground without a marker is worth posting on his memorial and so noting. But OK with me and the memorial creator Judy likely wouldn't mind that either. thanks very much Ray for doing it and letting me know! you really did make an effort to find him!
|genieresearcher||Dr. Robert Phillips at Ewing|
Thanks for all your efforts, Ray. Once his memorial cemetery gets moved a new photo request can be submitted and someone will locate him at that cemetery.
Thank you for the transfer
You sent me a message with a correction, but didn't say which memorial it is for. If you would please use the edit button on the memorial you want changed, I'll be happy to make the correction.
|gina chase-pinkney||Thank you|
My dad died when I was 8 and living in Vt. I have never seen his grave. Thank you for posting it.
|Barbara Schaffer||William MacQuaide|
Hi again, I linked William to his spouse Joan L. Hipple. Thanks for the info!
|Barbara Schaffer||Alice Hulbert MacQuaide|
Hi Ray, Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I corrected the spelling of Alice's middle name.
|Rich H.||RE: Jack MacQuaide|
Added by Rich H. on Aug 15, 2013 9:03 PM
|Rich H.||RE: Jack MacQuaide|
I created the memorial based on this obituary.
MacQUAIDE John H. Jack, 87, of Wayne, NJ formerly of Little Falls, NJ died Thursday at Sunrise of Wayne, Wayne, NJ. Born in Livingston, NJ he resided there until moving to Little Falls in 1946 and then to Wayne in 2006. He also maintained a residence in Daytona Beach, Florida. He graduated West Orange High School and Newark College of Engineering. Mr. MacQuaide and his late father, Walter, were the owners of Merrell-MacQuaide Motors, a Dodge-Plymouth Dealership in Clifton, NJ for many years. He later worked at W.H.Peters Cadillac, Hackensack, NJ which became Schneider Cadillac and then Feldner Cadillac for thirty years receiving Cadillac's highest achievement award The Diamond Crest and Ring Award. Mr. MacQuaide was very active in the Masons belonging to Little Falls Masonic Lodge, 263, the Salaam Shrine, Livingston, NJ, and a member of deMolay, Livingston, NJ he became a 33rd Degree Mason on August 27, 1996. He also was a member of the Daytona Beach Masonic Lodge. He is predeceased by his parents, Walter F. MacQuaide, Sr. in 1949 and Mary E. (nee Horsburgh) MacQuaide in 1988 and his brother, Walter F. MacQuaide, Jr. in 1944. He is survived by his wife, Rosemary C. (nee Shannon) MacQuaide of Wyckoff, NJ; and a cousin, Thomas Horsburgh of West Milford, NJ. Funeral Services are 10:00 am Monday at Bizub-Parker Funeral Home, 47 Main Street, Little Falls, NJ and 11:00 am at the Church of St. Elizabeth, 700 Wyckoff Avenue, Wyckoff, NJ 07481. Interment Hanover Cemetery, East Hanover, NJ. Visiting hours Sunday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm. Masonic Services 4:00 pm Sunday. Memorial Contributions may be made to Gift of Life, c/o Paterson Rotary, 100 Hamilton Plaza, Paterson, NJ 07505. Please visit www.bizub.com for online condolences and driving directions. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/northjersey/obituary.aspx?n=john-macquaide&pid=104046167#fbLoggedOut
Added by Rich H. on Aug 15, 2013 7:55 PM
|William Nees||Churchville Cemetery|
Thank you very much for taking the photographs for me.
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