|Star Kline (#46964248)|
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I seek dead people! My family lines are Cragle, Dobson, Doll, Engler, Eva, Jackson, Koch, Oakes, Rustay, and Thompson, primarily from northeast PA. I place a family tree flower on the memorials for all my relatives, so please contact me if you see that we have a relative in common. I also create memorials for others who are not my relatives, and I'd be happy to transfer them to anyone interested in maintaining them.|
Please remember Mary Engler and James Rustay, a Marine veteran, for their Birthdays on July 26th.
If you have time, I always appreciate any visits to my special angels and This Week's Angels.
♥ My Dad and My Mom
♥ Grandpa and Grandma
♥ Aunt Frossine and Uncle Billy
♥ Aunt Ada and Uncle Charlie
♥ My Godmother and My Godfather
♥ Aunt Bobby and Uncle Francis
I would like to thank these Angels on earth for generously sponsoring my family memorials. Please visit their memorials when you have time:
☆ sniksnak (Suse), who sponsored twelve of my family veterans: Pvt Isaiah Dailey (Civil War), my uncle, Pvt Orange Sterner (WWI), Sgt Charles Ackerman, Sgt Harry Hunsinger, Sgt Clark Grassley, Corp Harry Killian, PFC Jack Donnell, and Ralph Cragle (WWII), Sgt Donald Kershner and Pvt Edward DeHaven (Korean War), Sgt. David Trescott and Sgt Philip Ferro, Jr (Vietnam War).
☆ Diane Miller, who sponsored my cousin, Barry Booth, Linda Sult, and six of my family veterans: Tom Powell – WWII POW, Sgt Henry DeHaven – WWII, Corp George Rumpilla, Jr – WWII, Corp Gary Hoats – Korean War, Pvt Jerry Rustay – Vietnam War, and David Rustay, Sr – Navy veteran.
☆ Matthew Jenkins, who sponsored my infant cousin, Jane Mary Wharton, and four of my family veterans who were Purple Heart recipients: Charles Cobleigh (Vietnam War), Corp "Doc" Zdanavage (Korean War), Fred Ruckle (WWII), and Corp George Rumpilla (WWII)
☆ Rest in God's Grace (Rosetta), who sponsored my two nephews, Ryan & Brett Newman, and John Cragle – Army veteran
☆ PME, who sponsored two family veterans who gave their lives for our country: Harry Hunsinger (WWI) and Sgt Claude Engler (Korean War)
☆ Barbara in California, who sponsored my husband's uncles, both casualties of WWII: Lieut Louis McCool and Lieut Lawrence McCool
☆ purple-lady (Ruth), who sponsored Corp Harlan Rilk – Vietnam War
☆ TxOma (Sue), who sponsored Leonard James, who gave his life during WWI
☆ Diana, who sponsored my uncle, Edwin Booth
☆ sr/ks, who sponsored Clyde Thompson
☆ Maggie, who sponsored my cousin, Francis Peters
☆ Jeff Patt, who sponsored Beth Welliver
☆ Merrilee Perry, who sponsored Marcia Jones
☆ Susanna Webber Lewis, who sponsored Elizabeth Ace
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|Dominique Potier||RE: Mr Frank W Gordon 32183426|
It's maybe him because the hero I look for was an Airborne Medic ... Will keep your email and if one day I will find more I could contact you .
|Robert Fowler||RE: Bryan Jack|
I had noticed the bio added for Bryan and was wondering what had happened. I didn't even know that a school had since been named for him. My gosh, thank you for doing that. Though Bryan and I had at least one class together, I for the the life of me can't remember what class or how Bryan could have ended up in a remedial class with me (kind of kidding). Thank you for going to all of the trouble to get some biographical material placed on his site. It truly enriches his site.
|Dominique Potier||Mr Frank W Gordon 32183426|
I look for any info about Frank W Gordon . I would like to know if he was an Airborne Medic during the WW2 . Could you help me ?
|Algernon and Conan Together on the Rainbow Bridge||RE: Feeling Better?|
Thanks, Star Kline. I appreciate your well wishes and kind thoughts.
|Robert Fowler||RE: Thank you!|
Well, thank you for the kind note. It's a privilege to leave the notes and such. As for my own, I wish I could find more information on some as there are many I have that are a bit threadbare. I very rarely add sites anymore but that allows me to search for more information on the ones I have placed on this site, as time allows. It's all a bit of brain exercise in the morning. Keeps me from having to wear a name tag with my name address and phone number on it.
|Glenda Emerson||Dear Star...|
Thank you so much for remembering my mother on her Birthday today. So very appreciated!!
|Patricia||Donald E Benscoter|
Hi Star, oops...thank you for catching the wrong cemetery! I have corrected it to Pine Grove...Patti
Added by Patricia on Jul 08, 2014 5:51 PM
|LeeAnne Peterson||George Wendell Peterson|
Thank you for visiting my husband...its always a
pleasure to meet someone who feels a lot like I do
about remembering those who have left us..
|Robert Fowler||You've been robbed|
I stolen your token for the Tomb Of the Unknown Soldier. I hope you don't mind. You had left it for one of the Sentinels who stood guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
|Robert Fowler||RE: Grace Hopper|
It was a real privilege to write her bio. The thing with the nanosecond was aired on 60 minutes some 20 years ago as well. It was really a great teaching technique. She was a super special lady and scientist. Thank you for the kind note. It's always nice to visit her and see someone remembers what a special individual she was.
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