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Born in Pampa, TX. Age 11, moved to Midland, TX. Graduated Midland High, then left for college and points beyond. Now retired and enjoy fulfilling F.A.G. photo requests - not to add to my photo/memorial numbers, but to help others who would be pleased to see them. My F.A.G. work is done primarily in the North Texas area. I am part of a very well organized team that is currently photographing all of Restland Memorial Park (over 400 acres!) in Dallas, TX. My current project is photographing and creating memorials for all burials in the Garden of the Cross section. This will, most likely, take me until Fall, 2014.|
If I have added photos to your memorials and you would like them removed, please let me know and I will remove them as soon as I read your request.
***Profile last updated July 22, 2014.***
Only Child: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=87202707
I am blessed to have been a Mother; just wish I were not a Grieving Mother. A sincere THANK YOU to all those who take the time to leave a note on my dear son's memorial.
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|Gary White||RE: Mildred Zainfeld, #6943854|
Sorry Kay that I did not make myself clear. Yes I would appreciate your transferring this memorial to me.
Thank you for adding the information. Although I don't remember ever meeting him, he was the brother of my Uncle Bill (Lawrence William Minter). Thanks again, Tammy L. Coulston
Added by TLC on Jul 21, 2014 10:44 AM
William Warlick Fry was my uncle and his Father was Cicero (Cycero) York Fry 69831903 and his Mother was Sarah (Sallie) Ellen Ramsey Fry 70156429. This information is confirmed on his death certificate. Thank you for contribution of the photos of his and Aunt Louise's grave stone.
|Grave_Walker||RE: Laura Reed #128536042|
Thanks for your help. Will see if I can get this all figured out. It is very confusing when there is more than one spouse.
|sheila mccauley||re: Warren|
Will you please transfer Lowell W Warren #108101581 and his wife Evelyn E Warren #107667905
to me. He was my uncle on my Dad's side.
Love the pictures. Thank you, Sheila Warren McCauley
|Wanda M.||RE: Alderman #25737209|
This was my brother-in-law and I tried to get a transfer years ago and could not. I lost a lot of data when my computer failed. Normally I would delete my mine but really does one duplicate matter? I did not know there was another one when I made mine..both memorials are listed. Let me think on it ..
Added by Wanda M. on Jun 29, 2014 6:02 AM
|Carolyn J Wolfe||RE: Alderman #10071644|
Use the one that says: Virgil (Red) Henry Alderman, it has alot more information on it. Actually they are both right. LOL.....
|Penny||RE: Bittle, #131277073|
Yes, very sad indeed but is not totally uncommon. Some families just could not afford headstones of any kind or they just didn't care enough to remember that person by putting the effort out there. I do understand both explanations even if I do not agree. Thanks again for all your efforts!
Added by Penny on Jun 28, 2014 2:17 PM
|Larry Draughon||Lula D. Draughon|
Thanks so much for transferring Lula's memorial into my care. You do a great work. Larry Draughon
I do appreciate all your efforts for searching for this relative. Although you have exhausted and gone over & beyond the call of duty to find this headstone, there may not be one there anymore. Thank you for your efforst for sure. I have done this for others myself so I do know how badly I feel when I can't deliver their request.
Added by Penny on Jun 15, 2014 5:55 PM
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