|Bill Hart (#47578214)|
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Born 1945, Mondovi, Buffalo County, Wisconsin|
Graduated Mondovi High School 1963
Graduated with B.S. UW Parkside, Kenosha, WI 1979
39 year career in Human Resources
Married to Sandra K. Anderson, also from Mondovi
Worked at RAMAC, Racine, WI; The Employers Association, Charlotte, NC; and at Employers Resource Association, Cincinnati, OH where I served as President & CEO for 16+ years, retiring in 2006. Moved back to Eau Claire, from where we will travel constantly as long as our health stays with us. Will winter in Sun City West, Arizona. Love to travel, volunteer, golf, pitch horse shoes, play Sheepshead, shoot pool, watch baseball's spring training, read legal novels and do genealogy projects.
If you have ancestors from Poland, I am interested in the following families: Kwosek(Kossek), Kokott, Grola, Bienusa, Bryniok (Briniak), Soppa, Marsolek, Kociok, Frydel, Pawolek and Witek. Any information you have on those families could be of interest to me. And, I'll gladly share any and all information I have on those same families.
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|Judy Ahrens||Joseph Myers photo|
Thanks, Bill! I really appreciate it.
|Dianne Sherwood||Skude photos|
thank you, Bill, for these photos of my great grandparent's and great uncle's graves. Dianne
|Devil Kitty Designs||RE: Dorothy & David Blum|
Thank you so much for helping to clear up the situation. I didn't know what to think when I saw the two sets of memorials and the same stone on all of them. Had they been moved? Had a cemetery changed names and ended up somehow listed twice on the site? Had the bodies been moved from one location to another and the headstone with them? All of those are situations I have seen in the past, and I figured the only solution was to ask you and Jim, because I know you two are far more familiar with the area than I am. I have tons of family and extended family buried all over Minnesota and Wisconsin, but I have never visited either state and certainly have not had the chance to walk all those cemeteries and see where everyone was laid to rest. Of course with mom's side of the family, I think she was related in some way to 3/4 of the population of both states, so that would be a lot of cemetery stomping, so thank god for people like you and Jim who go out and do all the leg work to help make sure all these folks are remembered.
Thank you again for everything.
|Sharon Sabel Pike||Thanks for the Halverson memorials|
Many thanks for the transfer Bill. I've added the obit and links already.
|Devil Kitty Designs||Dorothy & David Blum|
I was going through my Blum family files and came across memorials for David Blum and his wife Dorothy here on Find A Grave, and now I am completely confused.
Dorothy died in 2001 and David in 2008, which I have confirmed. But now comes the confusing part. Each of them has TWO memorials on Find A Grave. In 2008 memorials # 25449850 (Dorothy) & # 25449840 (David) were created, and placed in the listing for Sacred Heart Cemetery in Mondovi. Now in 2011 memorials # 81660992 (Dorothy) & # 81660981 (David) were created and placed in Riverside City Cemetery in Mondovi.
I would have assumed that one set was in the proper location and the other made in error, but all four memorials have photographs of the couple's headstone. The photos taken and added to the 2008 memorials and the ones taken in 2011, at the time the memorials were all created, show the exact same stone. So now I am confused as to just which cemetery actually has the bodies. I am sending this message to both contributors in the hopes that one of you will be able to shed some light on this and end the confusion.
Thanks in advance.
|nancym||Robert B. Prince|
Thank you for posting the photo of Robert B. Prince's gravestone located in the Bloomer City Cemetery, Bloomer, Wisconsin.
I contacted Olson Funeral Home in Bloomer and they have alittle information on Robert and Pricilla Prince.
Olson Funeral Home contacted the Sexton who has a 3x5 card that says that Robert and Priscilla are buried in Bloomer City Cemeter; and Robert was the lot owner, his lifespan was 1810-1885 and Priscilla was from 1813-1884.
Can you see these dates on the grave stone?
Or are they obscured from years of weather?
Added by nancym on Sep 13, 2014 11:57 PM
You entered the picture and you are the only one that can change or delete it. Sorry, I can't do this, just click on it and choose delete on the next screen.
Added by Bob on Sep 06, 2014 7:20 PM
|Barbara Pattow||Transfer Management request|
Dear Bill, Thank you for transferring management of Emilie and Henry Schumacher to me. Please would you transfer the management of their son, Otto Schumacher, to me? His memorial number is #101057741. Many thanks.
Barbara Pattow, #48134134
|Barbara Pattow||Transfer Management requests|
Please transfer management of my relative, Emilie Schumacher,
and her husband, Henry Schumacher, #101057732,
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