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IdaMae Teufel Kerstetter (#46827503)
 member for 9 years, 11 months, 17 days
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Bio Photo I Reside in N. C.Have 2 children [adult]twins.
Girl and Boy. Married In Nov. of 2007.First marrige at 60. Have 3 grandchildren.
Move to N. C. from Phila. in 2004.Much different than living the City life.Was easier to get around in the City due to available transportation.
None here where I am ,I don't drive so I have to rely on my Children and husband when [he is home].
He's a trucker.I guess that's enough info. about me, not much more to tell.
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Helen Trivelpiece
cousin
Hello,

My name is Helen. I'm John's cousin. I found his father's memorial; then found yours and John's memorial page in here. My parents are also buried in Valley Forge Memorial Gardens...in the same area as his father. I have requested a photo of their cemetery a while back and wasn't able to give details of exactly what the name of the garden is. I was thinking that John would know. Would appreciate if John could get back to me and post message on my page, or e- mail me at t_rose907@yahoo.com.

Thanks and God Bless
Added by Helen Trivelpiece on Jun 20, 2011 8:16 PM
Mike Bell
new cathedral cemetery
idamae, if you could call new cathedral, and find out what section the grave is in, i can walk that section to see if i can find it
Added by Mike Bell on Mar 01, 2011 4:09 PM
CherylAnn Mabry-McComsey
John William Kerstetter, Sr.
Dear John,

You are so very much welcome, as I said before Nobody deserves to be buried like that and not at least have someone who maintains the graves not clean off all of the headstones - Regardless what time of the year it is.

My Grandparents headstone was buried under so much grass and dirt that I had to go back with a shovel, rake and weed wacker to clean up their headstone and then went and yelled at the office people that my Grandparents did not pay to be buried here under that much grasss and dirt.

When I go back out to visit my Grandparents again I will swing by and make sure that his headstone is cleaned off.

You also might want to consider adding to his memorial that he had served in the Military. He served his time and protected all of us when he went to war, so he should be recognized for all to see.

Here's the info off of his headstone:

PENNSYLVANIA
PFC 4025 SIGNAL SVC GP
WORLD WAR II

Again anytime, it was my pleasure to find him and at least give you something to visit on Find A Grave.

Sincerely,
CherylAnn

Added by CherylAnn Mabry-McComsey on Feb 12, 2009 9:52 AM
johnboy
hi idamae,
your welcome,take care.
johnboy..
Added by johnboy on Feb 12, 2009 9:52 AM
CherylAnn Mabry-McComsey
John Kerstetter
Dear IdaMae,

You are so very welcome.
I had the help of Valley Forge Memorial Gardens a wonderful woman in the office who took the time to look everyone up for me that I needed in the cemetery and tell me exactly where to go.

Your Father was a puzzle to find but we found him under about 6 inches of leaves as well as all the other people who I was searching for, so I cleaned his grave off for him because no one should be in there like that.

I usually go up there every now and then because my Grandparents are also buried there as well and I always clean their graves off too.

Added by CherylAnn Mabry-McComsey on Jan 01, 2009 8:43 PM
 

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