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Tom "Homer" W. (#46801357)
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Bio Photo I discovered Find a Grave by accident soon after the death of our precious daughter, Marjorie. She was my first entry. I have added family members, friends, and others that I have no connection with but simply wanted to add them on these pages. I will have more of my family entered in the future. My wife and I are retired and we love it! I love riding the back-roads on my Harley and can't seem to ride past an old cemetery.....I love walking through them and find peace and quiet in them. Thanks so much to everyone that has placed notes, tokens, and have sponsored my memorials. God bless you all.

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Anne Beckman
RE: ~NASHVILLE - The Little One~
Hi Again...I'm sorry, but I have to bug you...

there is a BIG GAP, between the first and the

second half of my message, as I included something

after almost signing off. I hope all of the

message is there! If you have time, before

Labor Day, PLEASE tell me if you received the

WHOLE MESSAGE! SEE YA LATER, ALLIGATOR! ANNE
Added by Anne Beckman on Sep 04, 2015 12:31 PM
Anne Beckman
RE: ~NASHVILLE - The Little One~
Hi Again...I'm sorry, but I have to bug you...

there is a BIG GAP, between the first and the

second half of my message, as I included something

after almost signing off. I hope all of the

message is there! If you have time, before

Labor Day, PLEASE tell me if you received the

WHOLE MESSAGE! SEE YA LATER, ALLIGATOR! ANNE
Added by Anne Beckman on Sep 04, 2015 12:31 PM
Anne Beckman
RE: ~NASHVILLE - The Little One~
Hi Tom,


SO GREAT to hear from you! Thanks for the

information on John Dillinger. I did not know

he stole the deeds on farms, then gave them back

to the farmers. GREAT! The farmers suffered SO

MUCH during The Great Depression.


I remember how

they did, during the 1980s': John Cougar

Mellencamp's "Scarecrow" expressed that perfectly.

He and other true country boys established

FARM AID, which was THE EXAMPLE of Americans

helping Americans! Speaking of HELP: I have NOT

been getting any of those horrible bills from

the hospital or doctors' offices, so I think

the account manager I turned to, at my

oncologist's office is really the answer to my

prayers! HOWEVER: I will have to INQUIRE to see

what's been paid, and what has not been paid.

The Medicare Explanation of Benefits helps, also.



















I DO remember the John Dillinger Museum!

WHOOEE...seeing a model of his dead body, as it

was in the morgue, freaked my 14-year-old self

out. However, I was very interested in the photos

of Bonnie and Clyde and a poem Bonnie wrote.


I strongly believe one of those buildings was

converted into (or it was demolished and replaced

by) a BEAUTIFUL blue or yellow Victorian home-like

building, which sells lovely (the fancy things)

and cute (country, whimsical, or trendy) home

decorations. I LOVE both of those "homes"...

I've always loved Victorian/Edwardian design

and dreamed of living in a big Victorian home.

There's one in Gnaw Bone, that I so lovingly

look at, (although I don't like the paint job!

Garish yellow, with green trim!) before we are

in Nashville. (If it is not in Gnaw Bone, it's

before one reaches Gnaw Bone. It's off the road,

in it's "own area." ) Whenever we are in

Nashville, I make being in these two places a

first priority! Bill and I have bought several

things from there. Of course, he wants the nature

looking things, I want the fancy stuff! One

Christmas, he got a wooden "House Rules" plaque

from Wifey and she got a snowman hot chocolate

pot and mugs from Hubby.


I have seen BONNIE AND CLYDE. WHOOEEE..they

came to a violent end. JESUS SAID, "HE WHO

LIVES BY THE SWORD, DIES BY THE SWORD."

SO MANY SHOOTINGS in our country (11 dead by it,

in Chicago, including an 11-year-old boy!) have

proven it, ever since Ferguson!


I don't want to dwell upon that... after a lot of

hard work and difficult times, I am CERTAINLY

ready to pack for Nashville! LABOR DAY: What a

great thing...honoring the GOOD PEOPLE who EARN

THEIR MONEY!


Once we are in Brown County, I'll be looking for a

biker with Paul Newman eyes, a Rock Hudson face,

and a Steve McQueen physique! Have a SUPER

holiday! SEE YOU LATER, ALLIGATOR! ANNE



Added by Anne Beckman on Sep 04, 2015 12:28 PM
Anne Beckman
RE: ~NASHVILLE - The Little One~
Hi Tom,


SO GREAT to hear from you! Thanks for the

information on John Dillinger. I did not know

he stole the deeds on farms, then gave them back

to the farmers. GREAT! The farmers suffered SO

MUCH during The Great Depression.


I remember how

they did, during the 1980s': John Cougar

Mellencamp's "Scarecrow" expressed that perfectly.

He and other true country boys established

FARM AID, which was THE EXAMPLE of Americans

helping Americans! Speaking of HELP: I have NOT

been getting any of those horrible bills from

the hospital or doctors' offices, so I think

the account manager I turned to, at my

oncologist's office is really the answer to my

prayers! HOWEVER: I will have to INQUIRE to see

what's been paid, and what has not been paid.

The Medicare Explanation of Benefits helps, also.



















I DO remember the John Dillinger Museum!

WHOOEE...seeing a model of his dead body, as it

was in the morgue, freaked my 14-year-old self

out. However, I was very interested in the photos

of Bonnie and Clyde and a poem Bonnie wrote.


I strongly believe one of those buildings was

converted into (or it was demolished and replaced

by) a BEAUTIFUL blue or yellow Victorian home-like

building, which sells lovely (the fancy things)

and cute (country, whimsical, or trendy) home

decorations. I LOVE both of those "homes"...

I've always loved Victorian/Edwardian design

and dreamed of living in a big Victorian home.

There's one in Gnaw Bone, that I so lovingly

look at, (although I don't like the paint job!

Garish yellow, with green trim!) before we are

in Nashville. (If it is not in Gnaw Bone, it's

before one reaches Gnaw Bone. It's off the road,

in it's "own area." ) Whenever we are in

Nashville, I make being in these two places a

first priority! Bill and I have bought several

things from there. Of course, he wants the nature

looking things, I want the fancy stuff! One

Christmas, he got a wooden "House Rules" plaque

from Wifey and she got a snowman hot chocolate

pot and mugs from Hubby.


I have seen BONNIE AND CLYDE. WHOOEEE..they

came to a violent end. JESUS SAID, "HE WHO

LIVES BY THE SWORD, DIES BY THE SWORD."

SO MANY SHOOTINGS in our country (11 dead by it,

in Chicago, including an 11-year-old boy!) have

proven it, ever since Ferguson!


I don't want to dwell upon that... after a lot of

hard work and difficult times, I am CERTAINLY

ready to pack for Nashville! LABOR DAY: What a

great thing...honoring the GOOD PEOPLE who EARN

THEIR MONEY!


Once we are in Brown County, I'll be looking for a

biker with Paul Newman eyes, a Rock Hudson face,

and a Steve McQueen physique! Have a SUPER

holiday! SEE YOU LATER, ALLIGATOR! ANNE



Added by Anne Beckman on Sep 04, 2015 12:27 PM
Anne Beckman
RE: ~HAPPY 4th of JULY ~ GOD BLESS AMERICA~
Hi Tom,

I wanted to give you a "Happy Labor Day"

early. Bill and I will be in Brown County,

from Sunday morning to Monday evening. Also,

we may, before that, be in Ohio, for the funeral

of one of Bill's uncles.


Oh boy, this year has been one of passings:

Bill's father in March, a cousin of his ( a sweet

lady, only in her 40s, who had been battling

cancer for over 5 years) and now his uncle.

HOWEVER: All were in a long, painful state and

are now, due to their faith, in Heaven.


GOOD THINGS HAVE HAPPENED: Bill's hospital stay

has made him a healthier man, our nephew (my side)

Nicholas was born and our niece (Bill's side)

is getting married in October! She and her

finance and both families live on the East Coast,

which will be GORGEOUS in October!


Oh, how I need to GET AWAY! This has been a

difficult year...I just learned my sister is

going to Germany, on a business trip. Last

summer, she went on a pleasure trip to Greece

and Rome. AAGGHH, my trips are to the doctors!

I have been intensely praying to the Lord for us

to have the $$$ to take a CRUISE for our 25th

anniversary, next summer. If we cannot, then

we'll be going to South Carolina.


I had a colonscopsy, on Monday, which went WELL.

A polyp was removed, but it was NOT cancerous!

WHEW...I had my Zometa treatment Friday, so I've

had a DEMANDING WEEK. I still feel as if I am

in Zometa withdrawal, but that is the FATIGUE

talking.


Such TERRIBLE shootings...an EPIDEMIC in our

nation! PLOEASE GOD, may it END!


I pray you are WELL and will be motorcycling

or camping or anything else you love, during

the Labor Day holiday! LATER, ALLIGATOR!


ANNE
Added by Anne Beckman on Aug 29, 2015 11:50 PM
Anne Beckman
RE: ~HAPPY 4th of JULY ~ GOD BLESS AMERICA~
Hi Tom,

I wanted to give you a "Happy Labor Day"

early. Bill and I will be in Brown County,

from Sunday morning to Monday evening. Also,

we may, before that, be in Ohio, for the funeral

of one of Bill's uncles.


Oh boy, this year has been one of passings:

Bill's father in March, a cousin of his ( a sweet

lady, only in her 40s, who had been battling

cancer for over 5 years) and now his uncle.

HOWEVER: All were in a long, painful state and

are now, due to their faith, in Heaven.


GOOD THINGS HAVE HAPPENED: Bill's hospital stay

has made him a healthier man, our nephew (my side)

Nicholas was born and our niece (Bill's side)

is getting married in October! She and her

finance and both families live on the East Coast,

which will be GORGEOUS in October!


Oh, how I need to GET AWAY! This has been a

difficult year...I just learned my sister is

going to Germany, on a business trip. Last

summer, she went on a pleasure trip to Greece

and Rome. AAGGHH, my trips are to the doctors!

I have been intensely praying to the Lord for us

to have the $$$ to take a CRUISE for our 25th

anniversary, next summer. If we cannot, then

we'll be going to South Carolina.


I had a colonscopsy, on Monday, which went WELL.

A polyp was removed, but it was NOT cancerous!

WHEW...I had my Zometa treatment Friday, so I've

had a DEMANDING WEEK. I still feel as if I am

in Zometa withdrawal, but that is the FATIGUE

talking.


Such TERRIBLE shootings...an EPIDEMIC in our

nation! PLOEASE GOD, may it END!


I pray you are WELL and will be motorcycling

or camping or anything else you love, during

the Labor Day holiday! LATER, ALLIGATOR!


ANNE
Added by Anne Beckman on Aug 29, 2015 11:50 PM
 

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