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Bill Moore (#47059043)
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Bio Photo Born (William Modzelewski) in the small community of Travis in Staten Island, NY on DEC 27, 1946. Grew up there and joined the US Air Force in JUN 1966 and was honorably discharged as a Staff Sergeant 3 yrs and 10 months later. After the Air Force, I attended Staten Island Community College in Staten Island, then was graduated by American River College in Sacramento (Summer 1972) with the class of 1973. Then attended Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA for the 1972-1973 year and transferred to Cal State Sacramento for my remaining time in college - awarded my BSME in 1976 and a CA Professional Engineer's License in 1978. Enjoyed a 20 year stint engineering Fire Sprinkler Systems before starting my Video Production business called The Videobilia Lab in Concord, CA. Almost fully retired now and active in my Bocce team and my Yacht Club but still enjoy video and photo projects here and there. Find A Grave volunteers fulfilled picture requests for me before and I want to return the favor...
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Hello Bill,

The following is an email I received from Charlie's ex-wife.


[Send Reply] Charles Modzelewski grave in NJ
Dear Jamie:
I visited Charles Modzelewski's grave marker (?) in Arlington cemetery. I noticed that you had found the marker that bears his name in the Neshanic Cemetery. I can clear up the questions you have about that. I am Charlie's ex-wife, Betsy Griscom. The place where you found the marker happens to be my family's grave site, both my parents are buried there. When he died in 91 there was no funeral for him that I know of. Of course, we were divorced by then and his family wouldn't tell me anything about him or the disposition of his body. Anyway, my sister felt bad about this and had that marker made for him even though he's not there we wanted something to remember him by. My family and I loved Charlie and we had 15 years together, and I still miss him greatly. You certainly have my permission to relay this information to his brother, Bill. I tried to get in touch with him, but had no luck. my email is:

Added by Jamie on Feb 01, 2015 2:04 PM
RE: Charles Modzelewski Grave Marker
Hello Bill,

I am sorry to say I do not know the details, Sir.

I found this at the Neshanic Cemetery. Located 688 Amwell Road, Nechanic NJ 08853 in Somerset County NJ.

I see he passed away in Somerset County.
Would they would have had a local memorial service for him with a marker?

If I can be of further assistance please ask.

Warm regards,

Added by Jamie on Jan 12, 2014 8:58 PM
Charles's Grave in NJ
Hello Bill,
I was out to the Neshanic Cemetery and of all the pictures I took, there was one for Charles. I had created a memorial. My first search for his name was just for Neshanic Cemetery, so I created a memorial. I have since deleted and mine and posted the gravestone for Charles for you on your memorial of him. I hope this is acceptable.

All the best to you sir.

Added by Jamie on Nov 27, 2013 10:36 PM
RE: Ed Moore Grave Marker
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could help out.
Have a good Thanksgiving...
Added by GLENN on Nov 18, 2011 9:49 AM
What an Honor to have your brother buried ar Arlington.
Added by MICHAEL WAYNE HUTCHISON A... on Nov 17, 2011 10:42 AM
Jendeski headstone
It was me greatest pleasure to photograph this Hero, they buried an old Marine friend of mine there the day I took the photo, as I will be when it's my time, God bless you and your Air Force buds.
Added by MICHAEL WAYNE HUTCHISON A... on Oct 30, 2011 10:22 PM

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