|Del Huggins (#46823179)|
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I was born August 29, 1943 in Powell, Wyoming. I joined the US Navy in 1963 and spent 2 years in Southeast Asia in the Philippines and Vietnam. I then attended the U of Colorado for a year and a half under the NESEP program and was then transfered to Europe for 4 years, stationed at Rota, Spain. After that I was sent to Washington D.C. for 4 years. At that time I retired and attended Central State University in Edmond, Oklahoma, where I attained a BS in Mortuary Science. I owned and operated two funeral homes, one in Moline, Kansas, and the other in Sedan, Kansas, for 26 years. I retired from the business in 2001. I am currently residing in Wichita, Kansas, and am an accountant for Wal Mart Corp.|
I am married, the father of two daughters. I have traced my ancestry back several centuries and am still in the process of chasing down my brickwalls.
As a former funeral director, I find cemeteries fascinating and love to contemplate past lives and histories of the families there.
I am more than happy to make corrections and add relationship links but am curtailing (not stopping) transferring memorials due to growing misunderstanding of what Find A Grave is about by those discovering the site for the first time. The time members have put into their efforts working together and sharing information is not up for grabs based on same-name surname or lineage and I will not do any of these type of transfers.
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|Sue T||RE: Brawner photos|
I am not related to any of the Brawners. I will gladly transfer management of them to you, if you would like them.
Added by Sue T on Jul 20, 2016 2:45 PM
Thank you for the edits. Thank you for all of your work here in creating and maintaining these memorials. It is a lasting gift to so many people. Best wishes to you.
|Mary Anne Lowe Wagoner||Lowe FAG|
Thank you Del for making the memorials for my Family there in Chautauqua County. You have been a big help to me in the past and I greatly appreciate these memorials of my Family.
Mary Anne Lowe Wagoner
|Ann Harris Humble||Opal Jean Evans Thompson # 23860982|
Thank you for the memorial you created at the Ozro Falls Cemetery on Opal Jean Evans Thompson. If possible, I would appreciate it if you would cause the following obituary to be posted:
STROUD, Okla. - Opal Jean Thompson, 92, of Stroud, died Dec. 5, 2000.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday in Ozro Falls Cemetery near Hewins. Jim Thompson will officiate. Parks Brothers Funeral Home of Stroud is in charge of arrangements.
Thompson was born July 27, 1908, in Oktaha, Okla., to May (Moore) and Wiley Evans.
In 1934 she married Charles H. Thompson in Pawhuska, Okla. He died May 29, 1986.
She was a resident of Stroud for the past year, moving there from Hominy, Okla., where she had lived since 1947.
Thompson retired in 1988 after working in Tulsa for 30 years as a secretary and for 25 years as manager of The Office Service, a telephone answering and secretarial service.
She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Tulsa.
Survivors include a son, Jim Bob Thompson, Stroud, Okla.; a sister, Biffle Gordon, Cedar Vale; four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
|Dwight Price||Elisha Seat|
I searched the graveyard and did not find a marker with Elisha Seat; however, there are a few markers of just natural stone without inscriptions. I will check with the Church office to see if they have any information. Best regards, Dwight Price 7/4/16.
|Valice Raffi||Clifford Miller|
Thanks for making his links!
|Patty||George & Dorothy Byers|
St. Joseph Cemetery Lockbourne Ohio
Added by Patty on Jun 20, 2016 8:33 AM
|Patty||George Byers -1990|
George is not on the Green Lawn Cemetery index.
His brother Frank is buried at Forest Lawn. Is there a chance that George is buried there too?
Added by Patty on Jun 18, 2016 8:54 PM
|Kathye Snyder-Knight||Eleanor M. Chavez|
Thanks Del!!! I appreciate the team work!
|Jane A (Hainsworth) Norris||Re: Doris Parks|
Thank you for the memorial transfer of my Aunt Doris Parks.
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