|Dorothy Springer (#47072608)|
| || member for 6 years, 3 months, 16 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
I was born and raised in Mercer County, Ohio. I graduated from Rockford High School, class of 1955. I married Donnie Springer in 1959 and we are the parents of one daughter, Deborah Lynn (Springer) Keesee. She married Louis Messervy and gave us a beautiful granddaughter, Nicole Lynn Messervy. After the death of Louis, Debbie married Michael Shane Keesee. Debbie, Michael and Nicole live in Port Orange, Fl. |
We moved to Florida, November, 1980. My husband retired from United Space Alliance, June, 1997. He met many astronauts while working for the space program. He was lead quality control when he retired.
I retired from banking, May, 1997, as branch manager, lending and operations officer.
We have enjoyed our retirement years, traveling with our granddaughter for a month each summer. Nicole attended Daytona State College, where she received a two-year degree in photograpy. She then transferred to Stetson University in Deland. In the Spring of 2013, Nicole received her bachelor of science degree in history and antropology. In the summer of 2012, Nicole did her history residency at the Atlanta History Center. She would like to find a permanent job there but needs to wait until there is an opening or there or anyplace else. For now, she is working a full-time job and two part-time jobs.
My husband & I both have physical limitations, so we no longer travel as much as we have in the past.
I became interested in genealogy in 2006. Another genealogy friend told me about Find A Grave website. I've found much info on this website. I enjoy adding memorials of family members and/or friends to the website. I like to make sure the info added is correct, so if anything I have added isn't correct, please contact me. I will gladly make any necessary changes. Contact me through the edit tab and I will respond.
|Messages left for Dorothy Springe... (25)||[Leave Message]|
|Don Chiles||The Hillerys|
Both Donald and Anna have been transferred to you.
|smhansen||Christian & Sarah Hammersley|
As a hobby, I like to reunite found photos from antique stores with their connected families for free. I have posted a picture under Christian's memorial of his children. If you would like this photo or know of someone who would, I'd be happy to send it to you. Thanks, Suzanne
Added by smhansen on Feb 06, 2015 1:43 PM
|History Hunter||Margaret Kelner|
I created a memorial for Margaret Kelner # 136989535 who is buried beside her spouse John H Kelner at Holy Family cemetery. Now I see you have a request for a different Margaret. I think they are the same person but you have different dates and different last name on request. Let me know what you think.
David Kennedy took your Tombstone for John Henry Kelner
And His Wife Last Name Is Spelled Wrong Please Check
Parents can only be added by the person that made the memorial. If you like I can transfer the memorial to you or if you send the numbers for the parents pages. Most people will update the memorials so the parents show.
Added by LKlaer on Aug 13, 2014 5:09 AM
Dorothy, I think I found Hazel's husband, Harry. His obituary listed him as Lonzo Winans, but the daughter listed in his obituary is the same woman listed in Hazel's obituary. Their daughter was married to Sam Runyan first, then married Kendell Cox in December, 1944.
Added by Jaxxon on Jun 13, 2014 12:53 PM
|Mike Dearbaugh||Plank Cemetery|
The only Plank Cemetery I was able to find is "Amish Plank Cenetery" in Wayne County http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2364997
I searched the web and this is the best I could do.
|Cheryl Ann Enyart||Vernon Lionel Enyart, memorial #8629515|
That information about his death was sent to me by a family member...
|Cheryl Ann Enyart||Luke Enyart|
His number is # 48141620. I am working with him to learn the way of doing his memorials.
Thanks, I am assure you will agree it is his right to do his own mother's memorial
|Cheryl Ann Enyart||Margaret Enyart|
I respectfully ask you to transfer this memorial to Luke Enyart. I had the chance to talk to him last night and he was in hopes that no one would do a memorial for her. He would like to have time to mourn and get through the funeral and burial. Then I believe it is his wish to do his mother's memorial
I plan on transferring his father and I think it would be appropriate to transfer his sister to him also.
Thanks from the family
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service