|Mary Ann Loss (#47521274)|
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I served in the Army and Army Reserve for over 25 years with more than 15 years in the public affairs arena. |
My experience runs the gamut from working at the U.S. Army Field Station at Camp Humphreys, Korea to running the day-to-day operations of the Press Camp Headquarters at Fort Shafter, Hawaii.
Various positions have included work as a newspaper editor, educational publications, community and media relations, as well as marketing.
For the past four years I have been dedicating time to findagrave.com primarily adding records for my extended family, friends and veterans' and local cemeteries.
Additionally, in late 2012 I completed my application and was accepted into the Daughters of 1812, my first lineage society.
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|AlongTheWay||Thanks for ALL the edit updates|
Thanks for ALL the edit updates - UFFDA!!! Enjoy viewing added headstone photos to make sure info is as correct as possible. Keep up all the good work! I've added a photo request for Memorial# 115092492 - please check that out - you've already added a headstone photo for his wife. Thanks again!
|debbie potter||Joseph LaLazurne|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to go out and get a picture of the gravestone for me. I sincerely appreciate it!
|13th Generation Fairbanks in America||RE: Van Anglen|
You're very welcome. Good luck in finding your answers. Warm regards.
|Alan Bradshaw||Thomas Bradshaw|
I am pleased to see the Cemetery details for Thomas Bradshaw as I am researching my family history and Thomas Bradshaw and my great grandfather, Henry, were brothers born in Lancashire County which is in the north of England. Eliza Hannah Tyson married Thomas in 1881 and their son Thomas Tyson Bradshaw was born in England in 1882 and the family moved to the USA shortly after and settled in Wake County, North Carolina, My research shows a number of Bradshaw/Tyson descendents in Raleigh and surrounding areas and I would be pleased to hear from anyone who is interested in knowing more about the family origins in England
|Darlene Kerr||Photo of headstone|
First, thank you for your service to our country. We are also a military family. There are some Bierbaum headstones at Fort Riley Post Cemetery that I would like to put on their wikitree pages when I create them in the near future. Would it be possible? I would certainly give you the credit for the photos. Thank you for your consideration. Darlene Scott Kerr P.S. As an aside, my husband would have given a lot to be based at Fort Shafter in Honolulu. Lucky you!
Thanks for the photo of the Keller's stone!
Added by CatheaC on Jun 13, 2015 1:01 PM
|Pat & Mac Hancock||Rosa Berney|
Mary Ann...thank you so much your time and effort in making the photo of Rosa & Harry Berney's grave stone and...for being a dedicated Find A Grave volunteer!
Your name sounds familiar. Are you familiar with my family? Lived in Green Township? If so, We lost my brother Bill on Memorial Day.
|Kathleen Jablonski||Thank You ~ Memorial Transfer Help|
Dear Mary Ann...
Thank you for your help in transferring my brother's memorial. It was greatly appreciated!
Thank you for the two memorials you transferred. You didn't have to do that, but I appreciate it.
Added by Ricky D. on May 07, 2015 9:38 AM
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