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Alev Andrea Yoder (now Faith Brianne) (#46499286)
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Bio Photo As of July 22, 2002, for personal reasons, I legally changed my name to Faith Angela Josslyn Brianne. I chose names which each had a specific meaning, but I couldn't keep the number to three because I wanted to incorporate "Angela" into my full name (my best friend, Angela Suzanne Blosser Bond, died in 1992 at the age of 21--her link is http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSmid=46499286&GRid=5742787.) I live in Fort Wayne, and have since February of 2001, when I moved here from Goshen, about 60 miles away. I feel like I've never really gotten over Angie's death, but that's my issue, and putting a virtual gravesite here has helped. I hope everyone else who loved her--and there were so many--can find her here and benefit from it, especially if they live in various places across the country and can't visit her actual grave. I wish peace to all who knew her, and wherever she is now, I wish to her all that she didn't have here on earth. ---Faith
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Greg Purtlebaugh
Kaitlin M Sample
Thank you for sponsoring our daughters memorial. Her story is a long one and many caring and loving people were in her life and loved her unconditionally. Thank you for your caring.
Added by Greg Purtlebaugh on May 15, 2013 8:31 AM
OPPSheryl
RE: Clarence Manuel
Hello,
I think it was a message about the memorial being a dupe. It looks like one was posted earlier than yours.
Thanks!
Sheryl
Added by OPPSheryl on Apr 16, 2013 9:49 AM
Kim Scott
RE: Permission
Faith

Thank you and I do note who took the pic because anyone who takes them should get the credit for all of the hard work that goes into getting some of the pic. The time isn't an issue we are all busy esp this time of the yr. Have a great Thanksgiving

agian thank you
Kim
Added by Kim Scott on Nov 20, 2012 5:23 PM
Kim Scott
Permision
Faith

I was woundering if I could have your permission to use the pic of Lindenwood Cemetery in my Ancestry family. Would give you the credit for your wounderful work.

Thank you
Kim
Added by Kim Scott on May 23, 2012 4:15 PM
Denise
Lawrence
Thank you for the headstone photo, I really appreciate it. Denise
Added by Denise on May 04, 2011 6:22 PM
Carole Alden
Thank you
Thank you for taking the picture of Lindenwood Cemetery Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana. I'm working on the Reffelt family buried there and was hoping that I could get permission to use a copy of your picture for their page at Ancestry.com I would give your name as the person who took the picture and that your posted it here at Find A Grave. Thank you again for all your work at the cemetery, it really helps us with our research. Carole
Added by Carole Alden on Apr 10, 2011 8:53 AM
Jerry Saylor
Elijah Saylor photo
Faith,

Thank you very much for adding Elijah's tombstone photo to Findagrave. I much appreciative.

Jerry
Added by Jerry Saylor on Dec 02, 2010 2:38 PM
Steve
RE: Thanks
I am glad I had the chance to read about someone who was and is so special to you. Our pets are a very important part of our lives. Steve.
Added by Steve on Jul 14, 2009 6:57 PM
Nancy Ritter Rau
John Wesley Schieber
Faith
I don't know why you chose to sponsor John Wesley Schieber's memorial but I want to thank you for doing so. He was my great granduncle.
His was a sad story. His mother died from influenza when he was 7 years old. His wife died giving birth to her 9th child. The child died too. The remaining 6 children were put into foster homes and John became a wanderer. He died alone, without any family knowing of his "whereabouts", in a Rescue Mission in Fort Wayne, IN.
No one has been able to find a stone for him so I want to get in touch with the cemetery and see about getting at least a Military Marker for him.
Thank you again and God Bless You
Nancy Ritter Rau
Added by Nancy Ritter Rau on Jun 27, 2009 2:24 PM
anonymous
RE: Information From Lindenwood Cemetery
Plus I live 350 miles away from them now.
Added by anonymous on Jun 11, 2009 3:05 PM
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