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Born and raised in New Jersey. Played played soccer and baseball in high school and invested a great deal of effort into not studying. |
Worked in IT for most of my life, including 23 years at the same company where I held a variety of positions from computer operator to systems programmer.
I'm an avid outdoors person who enjoys skiing, backpacking, fishing, canoeing, camping, geocaching and hiking. I also am an avid softball player had have been playing competitively for 30 years.
Among other things I enjoy are playing and coaching soccer, music (punk, Celtic, classical, indie/alternative, folk and some jazz), reading (mostly non fiction), cooking, fine wines and beers and time with friends and family.
I'm also an avocational archaeologist and have participated on a number of excavations in the northeast and mid Atlantic states, including serving 15 years at a dig in NJ where I was a volunteer field instructor.
I devote most of my volunteer time to trail work, where I build and maintain hiking trails in northern NJ and supervise the maintainers in a beautiful state forest.
Married to a wonderful wife and a with the package came a stepdaughter. She's an outstanding student who is in her senior year of college (you can tell my genes aren't involved) and an excellent soccer player who is a member of her college's womens soccer team.
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Thank you for the picture of her headstone.
Added by andieno on Jul 14, 2014 9:29 PM
|Patricia Osborne Joppien||Sarah Craddock|
Thank You so much for the pic. Sarah was the Daughter of my great-grandmother's brother.
Thanks for all you do!
|Patricia Osborne Joppien||Ida D Gormley Smithyman|
Thank You again for the pic of Ida Gormley Smithyman and A BIG thank you for all you do!
|Patricia Osborne Joppien||Conrad Rome|
Thank you for the pic of his tombstone.
Thanks for all you do!
|Bevson||RE: Hey Stop That!|
Wellll... as it happens I had taken some photos of that cemetery last summer and never got around to putting them in. When I saw that request come in, the cemetery ran a bell, so I went to go check and there they were. You will notice how green everything looks. :0) I agree with you though. Usually requests sit around for months. I'm glad you are working it though. I'm in northern West Milford so I rarely get down there. Bev
Added by Bevson on Jan 29, 2012 2:02 PM
|Michael Rowe||RE: Luijkas Ryerson|
I will have to check to see what other information I may have on this individual.
|Susan Magaw||Julia Laroe grave|
Thanks for taking the time to look for Julia's grave, even though we can't find her I have a feeling it is probably one that is no longer legible.
|Michael Rowe||RE: Hi|
Could you email me the name of the individual that I requested the search on?
That would help me to identify things better.
Also, feel free to email me directly at email@example.com
|Edda Meinikat||Dear Brian,|
Thanks a lot for taking the time to visit Tobias Lagenstein's memorial page. You are right, it is an immense sacrifice those soldiers all make, and it is up to us to assure that they will never be forgotten. Your friend xxx Edda
|Shawna Neff||Peers in Mount Evergreen|
Thank you for looking. Perhaps I have the wrong cemetery? My boyfriend (it is his great grandparents) says he remembers there being headstones. I'll have to do some more searching. Thank you again!--Shawna
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