|Joan Pacitti (#39820900)|
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I am a homemaker. I am married, no children. My hobbies include genealogy among other things. I have other interests also. I volunteer for our library by delivering library materials to people who are homebound. I love to read and play computer games (those that challenge my mind).|
I have decided I won't be contributing memorials to FindAGrave. I will, however, correct any that need correcting, so please e-mail me. I will also transfer any memorials to those who request them.
I don't know why there's a statement on my Profile page stating that I'm a photo volunteer. That's not true. I have done a few photos, but am NOT a photo volunteer.
I have been back on F. A. G. for some time now and have been trying to add information from the new Edit column. I'm doing the best I can.
Sometimes I do get Suggest A Correction in the traditional way and that's fine, however, if you DON'T list an e-mail address or LEAVE A PUBLIC MESSAGE statement and I have a question, I can NOT get back to you.
If I can't get back to you, I may not be able to do what's suggested.
NOTE: LEAVING A PUBLIC MESSAGE IS FINE. FOR SOME REASON, THIS IS NOT SHOWN UNDER MY PROFILE.
ON MARCH 18, 2014, MY DEAR BROTHER HARRY J. O'TOOLE, SR. PASSED AWAY. I HAVE ENTERED A MEMORIAL FOR HIM ON THIS SITE AND IF ANYONE WOULD LIKE TO ADD A REMEMBRANCE, YOU ARE PERFECTLY WELCOME TO DO SO.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
ON MARCH 21, 2015, ANOTHER ONE OF MY BROTHERS PASSED AWAY. MY BROTHER JOHN P. O'Toole, Sr. passed away unexpectedly from heart problems. He went quickly and quietly. You are more than welcome to leave remembrances on his memorial for which I thank you.
ON JULY 18, 2015, ANOTHER MEMBER OF MY FAMILY PASSED AWAY. MY SISTER ANNA WENEY(NEE O'TOOLE) PASSED ON.
NOTE; I WANT TO THANK THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE LEFT REMEMBRANCES FOR MY BROTHER HARRY. SOME CONTRIBUTORS DON'T HAVE PUBLIC MESSAGES AND THERE IS NO WAY I CAN ACKNOWLEDGE THEIR KINDNESS.
ALSO, I WON'T BE ADDING NEW MEMORIALS. I WILL BE ADDING TO MY OWN FAMILY, THE O'TOOLES, THE FERROS, AND THE PACITTIS.
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|13th Generation Fairbanks in America||RE: Joseph Crusco's memorial|
Wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year!
Thank you for the update, great hearing from you! It's been a long time. Hope all is well! Happy New Year!
Added by Johnny on Jan 05, 2017 7:49 PM
|Tom Jennings||Happy New Year|
Hope it's a happy and healthy new year for you.
|Cheryl Carmany Marr||RE: Edmund Carmany's memorial|
Thank you and Merry Christmas!
|Cheryl Carmany Marr||RE: Edmund Carmeny's memorial|
Thank you...I would appreciate the transfer.
|13th Generation Fairbanks in America||RE: D. Constance|
Hi Joan and Merry Christmas! I have found quite a few people who use their middle name as their preferred name. It's not unusual to find someone who uses an initial as their first name, probably because they don't wish to be referred to by their real first name. Often they use their middle name for everyday use. However, that doesn't change their legal name (unless they go do court to do so). Seems this lady used "Connie" (for Constance, her middle name) on an everyday basis, so that's how folks reading an obit would recognize who she was, but her headstone uses an initial "D" as her first name while also showing the name she went by everyday.
|Richard Wright||RE: Eleanor Walmsley's memorial|
I really didn't want this to be an issue. My experience has been that when the middle name is not mentioned, and the middle initial matches the maiden name, that is what the initial stands for. I usually assume that to be the case, and nobody has ever called me down for it.
Have a great day,
|Richard Wright||RE: Eleanor Walmsley's memorial|
People do use their maiden name as their middle initial. But, I must confess I cannot answer your questions.
|Atwood James Shupp||RE: Frank Corbett memorial|
Thank you for updating the Frank Corbett memorial. Mr. Corbett led a busy and colorful life.
I will be adding tombstone pictures that I took on October 30, 2016 for people buried in Sections L and M in a couple weeks. I am adding new entries and updating others right now.
This is the obituary for Frank Corbett that you can add to the memorial if you wish.
Frank Corbett Obituary
91 on October 19 2004 in Cambridge Ontario Canada his summer residence for the past seventeen years.
Mr. Corbett was born on June 10 1913 in Camden New Jersey and was a graduate of Woodbury High School Class of 1931 where he starred and gained a reputation for his baseball play throughout South Jersey.
Frank was a resident of Runnemede New Jersey for over 60 years and spent winters in Holiday Florida. A spirited and active guy until his death Frank Corbett wanted to live to 100. He was predeceased by his wife Doris Marie Selah Corbett in 1985.
Mr. Corbett played and coached baseball or softball for over 75 years. At the time of his passing he was a player on 'The World Renowned Kids & Kubs Three Quarter Century Softball Club' in St. Petersburg Florida. He played in the 2001 Softball World Series in Salt Lake City and was named to the Softball Hall of Fame in 2003.
In 1932 at the height of the Depression he joined the Federal Government's Civilian Conservation Corps in Florida and played on their ball team for two years while working as a surveyor. In the 30's Frank played semi-pro baseball and at the end of the Depression he took a job at the Philadelphia Naval Base as a shipfitter.
After the war Frank was a debit salesman for Prudential Life Insurance Company with territories in Paulsboro and Glendora. As his sons played he coached and managed many of their teams and became President of the Runnemede Little League. As they grew older and played for Triton High School and in college he became a devoted fan and sports editor for the Civic Press. During this time he also served as a 'bird dog' for local South Jersey baseball talent to a scout for Major League Baseball's Detroit Tigers.
Frank also had a 'green' thumb. He frequented the Hespeler Horticultural Society of Cambridge and maintained vegetable and flower gardens and fruit trees until his death in both Runnemede and Cambridge. He grew and sold his flowers in Runnemede for many years and regularly shared his special Jersey tomatoes with friends and relatives. He was a pioneer in the practice of composting which he claimed as the secret to great tasting vegetables.
In 1978 Frank retired from Prudential and began spending winters in Holiday Florida with his wife Doris of 44 years who passed away in 1985. In Florida he was happy to meet and marry Norma O'Keefe of Cambridge Ontario in 1987 and began spending summers in Canada. Ms. O'Keefe had four sons thus completing Frank's dream of his own baseball team - nine boys.
Frank played for 'Top of the World' Softball Club '55 and over' team well into his 70's. In the mid-1980's in St. Petersburg he joined the World Renowned Kids & Kubs where he played for almost ten seasons and was expecting to start another season a few weeks before his death. Frank's softball career was also the subject of numerous newspaper and magazine articles the last appearing in the Camden Courier-Post on August 31 2004.
He is survived by his wife Norma O'Keefe of Cambridge Ontario his six children: Francis J. Corbett of Hancock NY; James R. Corbett of El Macero CA; Michael E. Corbett of Lauderdale-by-the Sea FL; Thomas J. Corbett and Mary A. Corbett of Runnemede NJ and Frederick J. Corbett of Mt. Ephraim NJ. Also surviving is his stepbrother Edward Garbowski of Florida daughter-in-law Georgia Corbett of El Macero CA grandchildren Nicole Corbett of Sacramento CA and Michael J. Corbett of Davis CA and numerous nephews and nieces.
Also surviving four stepsons their wives and children: Bob and Joanne O'Keefe of Victoria B.C.; Barry and Nancy O'Keefe of Southampton; John and Joyce O'Keefe of Wasaga Beach and Michael and Anne O'Keefe of Cambridge Ontario; Frank was a wonderful grandfather to Chris Lara Erin Sean Jason Ian and Rebecca.
A viewing will be held at the T. LITTLE FUNERAL HOME 223 Main Street Cambridge Ontario Canada on Thursday evening October 21 2004 from 7-9 pm and on Friday afternoon October 22 2004 from Noon to 1:30 pm. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm at St. Ambrose Catholic Church Cambridge. Interment will be at St. Joseph's Cemetery Blackwood New Jersey U.S.A.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to: Three Quarter Century Softball Club Inc. 330 5th Street North St. Petersburg FL 33701
Tributes and memories may be shared with the family by email to: mcorbett@fleetnews
Published in Courier-Post on Oct. 23, 2004
|Daniel K. Welsh||RE: Margaret Eggers' Memorial|
Thanks for making the change
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