|John Robertshaw (#47700116)|
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Retired, living in Tucson, AZ. Traveling around the United States from time to time and taking photos of gravestones in cemeteries along the way. My only motivation is to help people find their relatives. It is VERY satisfying to receive an email from a person that has been looking for their relative for 10 years and finally found them with the memorial page and photo I placed on Find A grave. |
I am a volunteer and receive no monetary compensation. You are welcome to use any of my photos if you need them. Contact me if you wish a memorial transferred to you.
Feel free to send any obituaries or other biographical information if you like. I will copy and paste it to the respective memorial page and credit you as the contributor.
Duplicates: It's never my intention to create a duplicate on purpose. If you come across a duplicate I have made, please let me know.
Note: IF YOU ARE RUDE, YOU WILL BE IGNORED. THIS IS NOT THE PLACE FOR RUDE BEHAVIOR.
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Thank you for posting the tombstones for Ned Henry Pace.
|Fasullo||Angelo Eugene Montalbano|
This is an obit I found for Angelo and would you please try and add in some of this information, so it might help others who might be searching for him and to see who all he was related to. You could copy and paste it onto your memorial for him. To me it is a very interesting obit. Thank you in advance for considering it. Suzan Fasullo
Wednesday May 27, 2011 Galveston Daily News.
Angelo Eugene Montalbano
Galveston – Angelo Montalbano, 81, of Galveston, passed away at his home surrounded by his family on July 25, 2011. He was born in Galveston on January 3, 1930. Angelo was a brick mason by trade and worked in Galveston for many years. He served in the US Navy based in San Diego, California. He was active in the Galveston Mardi Gras as well. Angelo spent 35 years as a football referee
with the crew of Billy Rees, Jim Kleinecke, Buddy Mullens, and Robert McLaren. Angelo lived his entire life in Galveston and was a beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. He Leaves many, many nieces, nephews,
cousins, extended family members and friends too numerous to mention.
Angelo is preceded in death by his parents Paul James and Georgina Montalbano, of Galveston; sister, Sadie Jean Micheletti, of La Marque; and son, Michael Joseph Montalbano, of Galveston.
He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Maryann Montalbano of Galveston; sons, Paul and Peggy Montalbano of Galveston, and Louis and Tammy Montalbano of Galveston; daughters, Angela Kunz of Galveston, Kathy and John MacLean of Oak
Leaf, Texas; daughter-in-law, Judi Montalbano of Glenn Heights, Texas; 9 grandchildren, and a great grandson, Michael; brother-in-law, Carl and Carole Vento; sister-in-law Rose and Curt Heximer of Covington, Louisiana.
Honorary pallbearers will be Paul Montalbano, Frank Montalbano, Louis Montalbano, Christopher Kunz, Christopher Kunz, Ryan Kunz, Paul Montalbano II and Parker Montalbano.
Due to his wishes the services will be private but the family encourages visitors to come to the family home on Thursday evening at 6:00 p.m. in
celebration of Angelo’s life.
The family wishes to thank Pam Austin, RN, of the Hospice Care team for her wonderful assistance during this difficult time.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Angelo’s name to the Galveston chapter of the VFW.
Added by Fasullo on Sep 27, 2014 2:36 AM
|Nancy Jenkins Hershberger||Susan & Jim Slauson|
Thank-you for turning over the management of my aunt and uncle to me. I will be going up to Arena on Thursday to clean up their headstones, etc. I live in Illinois. My mother was sister to both of these people. Thanks again.
|Keil||RE: Mary Herrnleben #51805191|
Thanks so much John. I suspect that there may no longer be an individual stone. I might try doing the request again and being more specific about it. Thanks again! Kathie
Added by Keil on Sep 19, 2014 12:31 PM
|s grimm-mullen||robert and rose thomas|
Thank you so much for the transfers. Much appreciated!
|Susan-HCBAR Historic Cemetery Preservation-SRP||RE: Leila B. Macklen|
Oh yes I know the routine. Know it well. I'm working on three different cemeteries and all of then have a duplicate cemetery. The editors have been summoned. Now to wait. Then to work through duplicate memorials in each. This is at home work. When the heat breaks we will be back on site at the remaining cemeteries to document for our county. Gpsing and photographing each stone. We have about 75% done. It's a lot.
|Casey||Geraldine Emma Varnado|
Thank you for the pictures of her grave.
Added by Casey on Sep 02, 2014 3:49 PM
|Susan-HCBAR Historic Cemetery Preservation-SRP||55684603|
Good afternoon. You have stone photos on this memorial. Would you please post the double marker stone photo also to his wife's page so there will be supporting evidence of her name spelling etc. His wife's listed as Macklan which has to be wrong. Thank you.
|James Edmundson||Eugene Edmundson|
P.S. Thanks for all the very nice photos you have posted!!! Jim.
|James Edmundson||RE: Eugene Edmundson|
Hello. Experience tells me that you go with the best official document available. After closer inspection, I find the following. The index shows 25th. I actually viewed the document and magnified it and it is actually the 24th. So, the devil is in the details. Glad we figured that one out! Yes, I do accept all Edmundson cousins. I would be honored to maintain his site and any other Edmundsons in the same cemetery. Thank you so much for your assistance. Jim.
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