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Cheryl Newlin (#46965640)
 member for 7 years, 3 months, 27 days
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 • 8 Memorials Added
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Tombstoner & Family
Jody Gregory
I looked for Jody's tombstone around her mother's. Unfortunately, there wasn't one there.
Added by Tombstoner & Family on Apr 16, 2010 12:55 PM
RE: Adding Photograph
Your very welcome, Cheryl! Have a great week!

Added by Diana on Apr 05, 2010 2:34 AM
Hoosier Medic
Judith Bunch
Hi Cheryl,

Thank you for the kind words you said about Judy. I went to look at her memorial and thought, Wow, I dont have much about Judy on there and that I should add some more information. So feel free to take another look as I added some more info. If you have any questions or want to add any pics, etc. let me know. I will let Amanda know you responded as she is home in bed as I am at work.

YFI - Judy's mom is still living and still owns that same house on 22th & clark, but has remarried to Donald Weaver and they live at his house in Wabash, Indiana. They went to High School together and both are widowers. She is doing great and gets around a lot going to gospel sings, dinner shows, etc.

Its nice meeting you and I hope to hear from you again. I did not get the oppertunity to meet Judy as she passed away about 6 months before I met Amanda. Her Dad told me that Judy was a free spirt and enjoyed life. I know she is looking down children and grandchildren as she has three now. Amanda has two girls and Travis has one son. Matt's wife is expecting.

Thanks again,
Brad & Amanda Collins
Added by Hoosier Medic on Apr 04, 2010 11:12 PM
Adding Photograph
Happy Easter, Cheryl!

To request a photograph of the gravesite, go the memorial and on the top right hand side should be a button saying Request A Photo. Once you have selected that button; then just follow the steps.

Also to make it easy for the volunteer, please make sure you give a brief description of where the grave is located. Or if you have minimal information, just give as much info as you can. Once you hit the request a photo button, the volunteers will receive notification of your request.

Please be aware sometimes it may take some time before you receive the photograph. As a volunteer myself, sometimes life gets in the way and for other various reasons.

Another way after you have submitted the request of the photo. You could also (if you have not already) join the forums. Perhaps a person who resides in your area but not have volunteered may be able to assist your request.

Wish I could obtain the photograph, but believe you live in a completely different state. Also, if you would like I could find out if someone lives around your area and post a note myself on the forums. Just let me know.

Hope these directions help and please feel free to contact me here or at my email address anytime, Cheryl.

Added by Diana on Apr 04, 2010 9:40 AM
RE: Edith Greenlee Dillon
Now I understand why I couldn't locate the memorial. I thought I had added the memorial and then realized I had placed a memorial flower on her memorial!

Thank you for taking the time to send me the memorial number, Cheryl!


Added by Diana on Apr 02, 2010 6:42 AM
RE: Edith Greenlee Dillon
Good evening, Cheryl.

Thank you for taking the time to write the very kind note.

When searching thru my records I could not find your beloved mother's memorial. So I did a complete search on Find A Grave as well. Still did not come up with your mother, Edith Greenlee Dillon's memorial.

Perhaps I am not searching correctly and please if you could take time to write again, letting me know if I misspelled her name or send me her Find A Grave memorial number.

Again, thanking you for your kindess and look forward to hearing from you, Cheryl.

Added by Diana on Mar 31, 2010 2:58 PM

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