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Please let me know if you find incorrect information (spellings, dates, etc.) on any of the memorial pages I have created, or have additional information to be included.|
If you find a relative among those I have listed and would like editorial control over their memorial page, I will gladly transfer the page to you. Just email me and be sure to put "Findagrave" in the subject line. I believe that family should have priority to enter information and photos as they desire on this site, for their relative(s)or loved ones.
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|Yeschke||RE: Jacob Brunz|
Thank you very much - I'll do a more extensive search for his entire family, and see if I can get them all together. Thank you...
Added by Yeschke on Jun 24, 2014 8:23 PM
|Deb Kent||Elroy Fairbanks|
Sorry.. I have no idea as to where his remains are.
I can tell you that I have called several funeral homes who were listed in an obit as being of assistance to the family and all have told me that unless the family requests that they (the funeral home) assists in some way with the disposition of the remains; such as making arrangements with a cemetery or arranging for the ashes to be scattered in a specific place -- such as scattered over the ocean by a plane, the funeral home has no idea as to where the ashes are or could be once picked up from the funeral home. Sometimes, family members gather to spread the ashes themselves; others keep the ashes or divided them between family members. Some get interned in a cemetery at some point in time but it may be many years later.
The only way to find out were his ashes are, would be to have direct contact with one of his very closely related immediate family members. I have had a gentleman contact me through a memorial that I managed and he asked me to add to his aunt's memorial that her ashes were scattered over the Pacific Ocean per her request.
Added by Deb Kent on Jun 07, 2014 8:05 PM
|Tom Duncan||Hoefer Headstones|
Thank you for posting the Hoefer headstone photo, I appreciate your time and efforts.
|A Butterfly||M. Juanita Lynch Chalmus|
Oops! In a hurry.
|A Butterfly||M. Juanita Lynch|
Thank you so much for the transfer. That family is now together, and the family appreciates your contribution!
|Jeanne Pritchett||Swartz Photos|
Thank you for getting those photos for the Swartz family!! As always, you took some great pics!
|Michael J. Petrie||thanks|
Thanks for the pictures from Winner Cemetery.
|A Butterfly||Chalmus Bly & Mildred Juanite Wilson|
Thank you ever so much for the photo of the marker! What a surprise to see Juanita buried there as the cemetery said she wasn't buried there! I've been looking all over for her.
|thorsley||Redlinger / Fischer / Evans|
Thanks for all the photos from the Winner Cemetery. It is so appreciated. Also thanks for the information on Chad Littau. I will ask my Littau connection what the relationship might be.
Added by thorsley on May 29, 2014 11:22 AM
|Linda Christensen||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the Brown photos. I really appreciate them. Thanks again!
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