|David Rohr (#47312068)|
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Third generation Florist living in the beautiful Desert. My ancestors have always been involved with flowers, and several have been cemetery care takers. I suppose this is where my love and respect comes from whenever I visit a cemetery. I don't look at it as a place of sadness, I look at it in awe of all the lives, the energy and the untold stories there. I am very glad to be able to be a part of this site, and I look forward to helping those folks out in internet land to be able to bring some peace and closure in their life. Don't hesitate to contact me if there is something I can do for you. DAVE|
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|William Kazupski||RE: Sister Lenore Rohr|
So glad I could help... After what you told me it is no surprise then that her grave was the only grave in that nun / sister section that had flowers on it... Makes sense now.
|Robert Kiehl||Thank You David|
Thank you so much for takling the pictures of the head stones of my uncle and aunt. We live in Fresno,CA but we just don't get down to your area to take our own pictures. Bert and Ella were very special to me and I am glad to be able to visit their graves on the computer. I will be telling others of our family about your generous picture taking. The rest of the family all live in the state of Washington and Alaska. Bert was a brother of my mother, grew up in Washington, and retired in Thousand Palms to get out of the Pacific Northwest rain. Thank you so much David.
I called Desert Memorial Cemetery and found out that Fannie May Crabb is in b- 16 lot 195. hope this can help you Chris Upchurch
I would like to thank you very much for the photo of William H. Crabb headstone. Chris Upchurch
|K Wickman||Logue's etc|
Thank you so much for taking the photos of my relatives. I went ahead and linked Clarence with Elsie. Is there any kind of list for the cemeteries? I am looking for their brother John Logue and his wife Caroline. I struck out with 3 cemeteries today.
They died in the same town as his sisters. Also, by any chance do you do obituary research? I would like to get a hold of the obituaries for Mabel, Mary and Elsie. Thanks again,
|bigbears6||RE: Thank You!|
No problem! I have found a lot of my own relatives on this site, and know what it feels like to be reconnected. Glad I could help!
|Lois Branch||Stanley Correze Tombstone|
Thank you so much for the great photo of Stanley's tombstone. I appreciate your kindness and your time.
|Janet Hickman||Donald Hickman|
Thank you for taking the picture of his grave. He is my husband's uncle. I appreciate it.
|Caryl||My Cousin's Marker|
Thank you very much for taking the photos and posting them. I appreciate it very much.
Added by Caryl on Nov 02, 2010 8:44 PM
|Jeanette h ||Danchak|
Thanks for the posting of John and Ethel Danchak. They are my grandparents. Ethel just passed a few months ago so it's still pretty raw.
Thank you for all you do.
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