|Suzanne Erickson (#46592462)|
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Although health limitations prevent me from being as involved as I use to be as a photo volunteer, I still enjoy doing photo requests as I am physically able. When I am not working on family research I enjoy watching the Minnesota Twins, NASCAR races and I love to read. |
If you find a memorial of a family member or friend which I have entered, and find any information incorrect or questionable, feel free to contact me via email. My only hope is to help people with research, not offend, or upset anyone with entries. I am more than happy to address any questions and make corrections. Also, if any memorial is a family member, let me know and I will be more than happy to turn ownership over to you. Thank you.
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|LaVonne Eckstrom||Carl and Augusta Grunst|
Thank you so much for the tombstone photo of Carl and Augusta Grunst.
Your contribution is greatly appreciated.
|Sandra Dallmann||Victor Christensen's grave photo|
It's me again! You were busy a few months ago. Thanks!
|Sandra Dallmann||Photo of Ray Mueller's grave|
Again, thanks a lot.
|Sandra Dallmann||Ida Kuehl Mueller|
This is a belated thank-you for the photos of Ida's grave. Thank you so much!
Thank U so much for tsking your time to take the pic and post it for August Hampel.
Appreciate your work.
Added by Nancy on Apr 15, 2015 12:40 AM
|Manuela H.||Heinrich Drewes|
Thanks for taking the photo!
Thanks for the photo of Sophie Oberdick Syverson's tombstone. I have created a memorial for her husband John and son Donald. Donald was married to Angela Smith. Is she also buried there?
Added by P Sabbe on May 24, 2014 9:29 AM
|Cindy (Seifert) Cooper Abelson||Charles Atzenhoefer|
Thank You for taking the Picture for me.
|janey||RE: Koch Photos|
we stood there our eyes in amazement and our hearts touched like never before. i came home that day, thru nasty thunderstorm, pouring rain lightening flashes, and rolling cannon fire of thunder. i got into my apt. sat down and cried for about a hour. it had been long day and i was not sure if i could ever do that again. my emotions were so churned up by everything from that day. but a couple weeks later i was in willmer standing for another young man who hd lost his life for our country.
it is a honor to stand for our young men and women who are willing to fight for our freedoms in this country. i haven't gone as much as i use to due to my health not being as good as it was then. but if i see a young service member i always stop and say thank you to them. if you go to Brent's grave please honor him for me also. thank you again. janey
Added by janey on Jan 25, 2014 9:03 PM
|janey||RE: Koch Photo|
i just sent those pictures and wanted to tell you it was my honor to stand for Brent. we were there to keep that 'ugly' church away from the funeral. i think that if they were there that got the shock of their lives; when pretty close to 300 bikers showed up in redwood falls. we were amazed on the way to morgan the number of people that stopped what they were doing and waved to us on the highway with flags. it was a sad day but along with that it was great day too. janey
Added by janey on Jan 25, 2014 4:37 PM
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