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|Some people come into our lives|
and quickly go,
Some stay for a while
and leave footprints on our hearts,
And we are never, ever the same.
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A lot of families, after the loss of a loved one, turns to Find A Grave. It helps them with closure of the loss of a loved one. If at any time I post an obituary or gravestone & you would like it removed, to do this for yourself, or for any other reason, please feel free to just ask.
Genealogy has been a large part of my life for close to 35 years. My research has taken me to Kentucky, Virginia & Tennesse. My descendants settled in Johnson County, KY where I visit their graves often. I live in Ohio but I could easily make my home in Johnson County.
Please do not post obituary to flower/note section or correct me there. Edit & send the info & I will add or make changes. If not I'll create a new one without the info you posted to the p/n section. Thank you.
I enjoy posting obituaries but prefer posting cemetery monuments. I know the feeling of losing a loved one & my heart goes out to each and every family member of the Memorials I make. Topmost, I don't post obituaries to see how many I can obtain. Each one I make is out of respect for the one who has passed, in hopes of keeping them forever remembered.
If I have made a Memorial & you would like it transferred to you, just let me know. If I have made a duplication, feel free to let me know & it will be removed. If you would like a picture removed, just let me know. I'm fully aware of copyright laws and fully willing to comply to your wishes.
I lost my mother in April 2012. She was my best friend. I miss her so much. It's been hard going through the holidays without her. She was huge on going to the Kentucky cemeteries with me. We always had a lot of fun.
I've been documenting Mound Cemetery in Pike Co. for about 5 years as well as Gardner & other cemeteries in Pike Co. Going to the cemeteries is my preference to posting obituaries. I also visit cemeteries in Scioto, Ross, Highland, Greene Counties in Ohio & several cemeteries in Johnson Co. KY.