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Elaine (#46846500)
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Edward D. Callaway
Thank you for the edit. Peggy
Added by pz on Jan 17, 2017 12:20 PM
David Cross
Find A Grave Memorial# 174784343
Hello Elaine,
There is a very nice and complete obituary for Mr. Frank Worley, II at Woodlawn Funeral Home's website. I've noticed in your excellent Memorials that you always include these when available. Here it is:
Frank Wesley Worley II passed away peacefully on December 31, 2016 surrounded by his family. He is survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Leslie Sternberger Worley, his children Lori Worley Bell and son Frank Bradley Worley and their spouses Spencer Bell and Tiffany Worley and five grandchildren, Grace Kathryn Bell(18), William Spencer Bell(15), Joseph Aden Bell(13), Madison Taylor Worley(14), and Wesley Boston Worley(10). He was proceeded in death by his parents Frank Boyd Worley and Kathryn McCormick Worley.
Frank was born in Dallas, Texas April 30, 1939 where he graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School. After graduating he enrolled at North Texas State University in Denton, TX which he attended for a year. From there he transferred to the University of Oklahoma and majored in art and furniture design. While at OU he met his wife Leslie and became a member of the Beta Kappa chapter of the Sigma Chi fraternity and later became a life loyal member.
In 1963 Frank enlisted in the Air National Guard of Texas as a reserve in the United States Air Force during the time of the Vietnam War. He was honorably discharged in 1968 as a result of an injury. While living in Norman, OK he and Leslie started their family and he continued his career in the men’s clothing business at Harold’s. In 1969 his career led him to Houston, TX where the family grew and he worked at J. Wayne Ltd, Leslie & Co., and finally at Harold Powell.
During his life Frank was a man of many interests and hobbies. He had a great passion for tracing the genealogy of his family, loved cars, antiques, traveling and considered himself a World War II aficionado. However he got the most joy in spending time with his family. Whether it was his kids or any of his five grandchildren he could be found at a field, a court or in an auditorium cheering them on as only “Pop Pop” could. He had a great love of life and outgoing personality and never met a person that he didn’t consider a friend. Frank was loved by many and will be missed by all that crossed his path.
A graveside service will be held Wednesday January 4, 2017 at 2:00pm Woodlawn Garden of Memories Cemetery.
Pallbearers for the service are Brad Worley, Spencer Bell, Jerry Adair, Kevin Jernigan, Lantz Howell and Kevin Scroggins. Honorary Pall Bearers are William Bell, Joseph Bell, and Wesley Worley.
Added by David Cross on Jan 03, 2017 10:34 AM
David Cross
Memorial# 174646500
Hi Elaine,
The funeral home website has Ronnie Alexander's complete DOB, with places of birth and death. I entered the information as edits, if you will kindly approve. Here is a link to the information if you wish to see it:§ion=info&user_id=1896461

Best regards,
David Cross
Added by David Cross on Dec 30, 2016 6:10 AM
Jerry L Edwards
Richard Colbert
Thank you Elaine. That was very good. Jerry
Added by Jerry L Edwards on Dec 13, 2016 11:02 AM
Jerry L Edwards
Richard Colbert
Thanks for the message Elaine. I looked at everything before I put in the edit. I should have sent along an explanation. He was born in 1920 in his three censuses 1920, 1930, 1940. The age 0 in the 1920 census was pretty convincing. I wish everything always agreed. You decide. Jerry
Added by Jerry L Edwards on Dec 06, 2016 7:50 PM
Donna Storz
RE: Leonard Alvin Morgan - FAG# 29628345
Oops... you said O.L. and not O.A... Interestingly, he has two death certificates. There is the one stamped 7 Jan 1946 which you refer to and another one with mostly the same info at but stamped 10 April 1946 and listing the parents as unknown. Regardless the O.L. is in error as you can see on the 1930 census at where his father is listed as O.A. Perhaps the registrant misheard "Almond" as starting with an L. Incidentally, his year of birth is listed as 1891 in this census, which I personally believe is probably correct, but he does report it as 1892 everywhere else.
Added by Donna Storz on Nov 30, 2016 10:51 AM
Donna Storz
RE: Leonard Alvin Morgan - FAG# 29628345
Yes, SSA lists his father as Oliver Almond so that would be the O.A. Morgan listed on his death certificate. Thanks for checking.
Added by Donna Storz on Nov 30, 2016 10:32 AM
Michael Stanley Klimczak
Regarding military prefixes
This is in regards to a message you left on another members page regarding military prefixes. Just because you created a memorial, doesn't mean you should make up your own rules. I find it beyond disrespectful to purposefully decline military edits (i.e. PFC, SSGT, etc.) simply because you want to format all of the memorials you've created your way; that's selfish. The memorials all of us volunteers create are NOT about us, but about the deceased. After all, these brave men and women fought for our freedom. Good day.
Added by Michael Stanley Klimczak on Nov 29, 2016 6:33 PM
Connie Driver
Thank you for all the work you have done on I appreciate your efforts.
Added by Connie Driver on Nov 29, 2016 2:48 PM
Photojournalist, Arthur Uhlmann

Hello Elaine! Thank you, so much, for so quickly uploading the bio i wrote for Mr. Uhlmann, and for crediting me at the bottom. I see you also linked the names of the other journalists who were with him on Press in JFK's motorcade to their findagrave memorials. I have tried to do that in the past on memorials i've created by inserting html coding tags, the link for the page itself etc... but it didn't work. So, I have no idea how you did that, but I appreciate that you did it for me!

Also, I have been an amateur JFK assassination researcher (ie: I haven't published a book) for 40+ years, who specializes in identifying the eyewitnesses to events that weekend: the Texas School Book Depository employees and other witnesses who lined the motorcade route in Dealey Plaza, law enforcement officers, and journalists, photographers & cameramen. I also like to make them findagrave memorials, or add bios to their existing memorials so they are not forgotten and to help complete the historic record. So many of these people have now died, and it makes me sad at how many of of them seem to be completely forgotten and lost in the mists of history. Even these photojournalists, like Mr. Uhlman and Mr. Rozumalski, who were at the time nationally acclaimed, winning numerous national awards for best newspaper photographer etc... As a longtime JFK researcher, even I had never heard of them until stumbling upon their names recently in a list of motorcade participants who were occupants of Press Bus No. 2. When i began my research on them that was all i knew about them - their names and the newspaper for which they worked.

I collaborate with a longtime, well-known (among JFK assassination authors and community) Canadian researcher, Denis Morissette, who has the world's most extensive photo collection and photo blogs set up for the identification of the journalists, cameramen, photographers and law enforcement officers who covered & investigated the assassination events that weekend. If you do a "find" for my last name "Zambanini" you will find me credited under many photo identifications on his websites:


And here is his original old main page with author Gayle Nix Jackson, introducing him and his work at the top. (Gayle is also a good friend of mine and grandaughter of Orville Nix who took the "Nix Film" of the assassination in Dealey Plaza opposite Zapruder). It has links to his photo-blogs youtube channel etc:

All this is to introduce myself, and to ask if you are a relative or family friend of Mr. Uhlman or Mr. Rozumalski (both photojournalists from Wisconsin who worked for the Houston Chron) and if you would happen to have a photo, especially of Mr. Uhlman, contemporaneous to the JFK assassination so we can know what he looked like at that moment in history. A contemporaneous photo also helps us to and find them in other films and photos taken that weekend - also part of our work. I have only been able to find a 1938 HS sophomore yearbook photo of Mr. Uhlman (which i posted on his memorial today). However, people can change a lot in 27 years. Last night I finally found a '64 newspaper photo of Mr. Rozumalski, but it's very grainy and overexposed. If you have photos of either of them circa '63, or know their families who would have and contribute one, I greatly would appreciate your help in my search. Thanks again, Elaine!
Added by Linda on May 16, 2016 6:11 PM
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