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As the 13th member of the family, I have taken the opportunity to honor my love ones who died by adding their names of those family members to Find A Grave as my own private memorial to all those that I have loved dearly that has left this earth but will forever remain a special place in my heart. In honor of my husband & his family, I have also taken the opportunity to also add his deceased siblings.|
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I first knew Lucien as Fr. Brasley. That was at St. Teresa parish in Hutchinson, Kansas in the 1950s. In the short time he was there before becoming a navy chaplain he and my parents became lifelong friends. I saw him later when I was living in Texas in the 1960s and 1970s and visited him at least once in Corpus Christi. Even later I visited with him when he was a house guest of my parents in Portland, Oregon in the 1980s.
From time to time I fondly remember him and times long gone. I was thinking of him yesterday and minimal research led me to http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=5128501. Thank you for posting the photos of him in his navy uniform and the one of him later in life. They take me back.