|Letitia Tyler (#46570992)|
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I was born Letitia Maye Tyler on May 20, 1945 in East Tulare, CA. hospital to John & Edith Tyler. I became a professional Hairdresser in 1978 and love the art of hair. Richard Blunk and I have 3 beautiful daughters, Debra Dee, Jayne Renee` and |
Julie Anita. Julie now lives with Jesus in Heaven.
I can only humbly thank my eldest sister Sandra Tyler-Duncan for her time and sharing of all her memorials to everyone, what a valiant task she has undertaken, as the memorials give us all a place to talk to our loved ones, also Sandra's many years on our Ancestry sites.
My passions are my computer, crossword puzzles in INK, and any word games, I love to shoot pool, and crochet, and I am learning to paint.
Although Rick and I are no longer married, we have 6 grandchildren, and 4 Greatgrand kids, born to Darrel Blunk-Davis and his wife, Chelsea, they are expecting another child late summer, or early Autumn. Identical twin boys Hunter And River from Kira Lee Bladh. I moved to Alaska on April 15,1993 with the help of a dear departed friend Sandra Bennett-Blatz. She disappeared and died in November 1993. I moved to Alaska in the hopes of moving on from the horrific pain and grief of the death of my youngest daughter, Julie Anita Blunk on June 1, 1983. I have 3 sisters, Sandra, Janice, & Nancy, and also have 3 brothers John Jr., Ronnie, and Benny with many extended nieces and nephews. I have been in Alaska over 20 years and still love it's pristine beauty, and have learned very well how to occupy myself during our long winters. In the summer we have about 180 days of 24/7 sunshine, and it is wonderful to play in. I vividly imagine heaven when it is spring and summer here, as our Holy Bible says there is no night in heaven, what a wonderful concept to look forward to.
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|Marcel ROSVELDS||Flight Sergeant (Bomb Aimer) Ernest John Ford|
You left a virtual flower - I just posted a phot of his marker. Thank you sergeant Ford for keeping my country free.
|Joan Frahm Allen||RE: Benjamin Tyler|
You are very welcome. I was glad to help.
|Laury Wilson-Baty||RE: Rosemarie Silva|
You are very welcome. I had several photo requests
For King City. As many as 25 people were waiting
For photos. Glad I could help.
|Kevin H||Benjamin Tyler|
Just wanted to drop you a line and let you know that I went back to check on Benjamin's monument today, and they still do not have his passing year plate installed. I will get you those pictures as soon as they do!
Added by Kevin H on May 02, 2013 7:38 PM
|Susie Thompson||RE: Wendy Lemke|
You are very welcome, it was a pleasure.
|Family Finder||RE: Audrey Louise Harris|
Yes, I can get another photo tomorrow. I'll go out earlier so the sun is a little more cooperative. I have to go to Mt. Hope Cemetery, which is right next door, so it's no trouble at all. =)
|Family Finder||Audrey Louise Harris|
I stopped by the office today and asked for additional information on Audrey Harris, since I was unable to locate her grave. They provided me with her location again, and confirmed that she does NOT have a marker -- however, you provided me with her mother's name and I was able to find her! The photo I uploaded shows Audrey's unmarked grave next to her mother's headstone. I also uploaded a photo to her mother's memorial -- Arline M. Bennett, # 106236555.
|Jackie Howard||RE: Hello|
Your are so very welcome.
You have such a wonderful bio, to find peace in such magnificant place as Alaska after such a loss...love your gumpson!
|Patsy D||son, Richard L Beebe, III|
...thank you for visiting and leaving memento for Richard.
Received email from you asking for link to his memorial. Email had 3 attachments, deleted since I didn't know who it was from. But I see you have now found his memorial.
May God continue to shower you with His Blessings.
Added by Patsy D on May 01, 2009 7:11 PM
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